The 23-year-old, from Surrey, popped into the College to talk to a group of Travel and Tourism students about his experiences on the top-rated show.
“It was a really intense process living with people you worked with every day and having cameras follow you around all of the time. But it was such a fantastic experience and I learned a lot about business in a really short space of time,” he said.
The students asked him a variety of questions including what his fellow contestants were like to work with, his favourite task and whether Lord Alan Sugar was the same in real life as he appeared on TV.
Chris said: “Yes, he is very direct and very fair which makes him the ideal boss in many ways.”
When asked whether he had any regrets about his time on the show he replied: “There are things I would have done differently but in all honesty I felt I carried myself with integrity. You are going to make mistakes in business - that is just part and parcel. Life's too short to have regrets.”
He is now considering a number of job opportunities which he has been offered as a result of his time on the show.