The university of Chester has many campuses which accommodate many different subjects from nursing, to English and arts, to biological sciences like my course animal behaviour, to photography and even engineering. The facilities are well kept with cleaners in every night and during the day and they have a large number of coffee shops, cafes including a burger bar, campus student unions shops for university of Chester merchandise and many more. My course (animal behaviour) is run by many different lecturers and operates in a number of large and small lecture theatres, computer rooms and laboratories for the maximum level experience. I'm in my second year which included the option of work experience over six weeks in a placement of your choosing or to go on one of the experiential trips (south Africa, Philippines, Egypt or Madagascar) for two weeks, working with companies to collect vital data for many animal species. This is a great opportunity and I'm looking forward to travelling to the Philippines which only cost £1200 in total. The university offers a great careers service in which you can visit at any time to get advice and help on where your University journey is going to take you after the three years, help adapting your CV and even applying for future jobs. The only downfall I find to Chester university is the price of student accommodation and the living expenses which seam slightly higher then some other universities due to the area. It is however still cheaper then living and studying in a London university. In conclusion I would 100% reccomend Chester university and find it a great place to spend three years studying away from home.