Chichester University Bishop Otter campus is a 15 minutes walk from the town centre with its shops, cafes and restaurants.
Once a Roman settlement, Chichester is famous for its Cathedral, Festival Theatre, Roman city walls and much more. Students really enjoy spending their afternoons in the centre, shopping and sipping their coffees at Starbucks!
The campus was founded by William Otter, Bishop of Chichester, in 1839 and offers a combination of attractive, historic buildings together with excellent, modern facilities.
Chichester is between Portsmouth and Brighton, on the south coast of England.
Onsite, there are a large canteen (a buzzing meeting point at mealtimes) and a smaller café for students and staff called Holts.
The campus is also equipped with very spacious classrooms and auditoriums, outdoor spaces, two indoor gyms, rock climbing wall, football pitches, tennis courts, and many communal areas where students can gather after lessons.
Bathrooms and communal spaces are cleaned daily, bed linens and towels are changed weekly.
A coined activated laundry service is available on campus. There is free Wi-fi all around the University.