What’s it like to study a Masters in Chichester?
Chichester has a rich history stretching back to the Roman era, having been established just after the Roman invasion of Britain in AD 43. Traces of its Roman roots can still be seen across Chichester, including the site of a bathhouse that has now been turned into a museum (the Novium).
Today, Masters students in Chichester have the opportunity to enjoy the city’s well-preserved 18th century Georgian architecture. Just outside Chichester, Goodwood House is a grand country estate that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year, hosting several motorsport events as well as its own aerodrome. Also located near Chichester is medieval Arundel Castle, one of the longest inhabited and largest castles in England.
The Chichester Festival Theatre is another highlight, an innovative cultural institution that regularly puts on high-class productions. Meanwhile, the stunning South Downs National Park and its chalk hills are only half an hour away from Chichester, a must-visit for walkers and cyclists.
Student accommodation in Chichester is a mixture of on and off-campus housing, with halls of residence as well as a wide range of private sector accommodation.
Universities in Chichester
The only university in Chichester is the University of Chichester, which has just over 5,500 students and offers a range of postgraduate qualifications.
Online film music school ThinkSpace Education is also based in Chichester. This institution provides Masters courses in Music Theory and Music Technology.
Careers in Chichester
Tourism is an important part of the local economy in Chichester and the marina is a popular berthing point for yachts from across the country.
The iconic luxury brand Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is based on the Goodwood Estate, which hosts its headquarters, design centre and factory.