University of Chichester


The University of Chichester comprises of two campuses based in Bognor Regis and Chichester, located in the county of West Sussex. Both campuses are situated in local town areas and surrounded with vibrant atmospheres.

The University of Chichester aims to be a socially responsible university that is recognised internationally, significant nationally, important regionally and vital locally – not only in teaching and student experience, but also in research and in its diverse communities and the public, private and voluntary sectors. The University aspire to be excellent in everything they do and in the services they offer.

The University of Chichester environmental policy identifies their vision and commitment for making the University a more sustainable place to study and work.

The University vision is to be a socially responsible university that is recognised internationally, significant nationally, important regionally and vital locally – not only in teaching and student experience, but also in research and in its diverse communities and the public, private and voluntary sectors. The university aspire to be excellent in everything we do and in the services their offer.

The University of Chichester believes that they have a responsibility to be open and transparent in all of activities; it is the university intention, therefore, to make information about the strategies that are core to their mission easily available.

The University of Chichester believes that they have a responsibility to be open and transparent in all of activities; it is their intention therefore to go beyond simply publishing a Publication Scheme and their financial Statements and instead make many of the facts and figures they are required to collate and report to funding bodies easily accessible.

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