University of Chester

University of Chester

The University of Chester offers students the opportunity to study abroad through a variety of programmes. The International Exchange programme allows University of Chester students to study for a full academic year abroad at one of our bilateral exchange partners or through ISEP, a network of over 300 additional higher education institutions worldwide. Our Study Abroad team will work with you to determine the most suitable route to increase your chance of admission.

 

The Mole Diaries: Melilla (Volume 2)

Lauren Stevens is studying International Development Studies and Spanish at the University of Chester. For her year abroad, she spent 9 months in Melilla: 8 mon...

by Lauren Stevens

 
 
Mole Diaries

The Mole Diaries: Melilla

by Anna Young

Mole Diaries

 
Spain

The Mole Diaries: Melilla (Volume 2)

by Lauren Stevens

Questions about Chester Uni

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Help with finding an internship in France?

France

Hello,I know this question is a little old so it's a long shot, but I am just leaving an internship as an au pair/waitress near Aix-en-Provence, so there is a space going. I can offer more information...

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Has anyone done a year abroad as a parent?

Parents
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If I am currently on a three year degree, how do i go about switching my de...

America

Hiya,We would always advise talking to your course tutor/study abroad about your options for studying abroad. You can also go to your university Study Abroad/Erasmus+/International team for advice on...

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How can you support a sibling with a mental health issue from your year abr...

Mental Health

Hello! I imagine that it must be hard for you right now because being abroad will create many limits on the amount of support and kind of support that you can provide your family. I'm making an assum...

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How do I go about getting support for mental illness in Spain?

Mental Health

Hi there,Firstly, have a look at Nicola from Student Minds' excellent advice on practical and emotional techniques to deal with a mental illness abroad, including talking to your home university, buil...

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