Are you thinking of studying for a postgraduate degree next year? Talk to the Graduate College to discuss your next steps. Alumni discounts are available with over 40 courses to choose from! Read more to find out how to make your next step into postgraduate study.

Join the Graduate College at 4-5.30pm every Thursday throughout June for their Blackboard Collaborate sessions introducing the Graduate College and their range of postgraduate degrees.

Programmes include their taught Masters degrees (MA, MSc, MBA, MMus, MCh) and PGCE, and their research degrees (MA/MSc by Research, MPhil/PhD degrees (by thesis, portfolio or publication) and specialist doctorate degrees in Education and Clinical Psychology).

Click here for a full list of all postgraduate courses at CCCU!

The session will include a talk from the Dean of the Graduate College, Professor Susan Millns, with information about postgraduate student finance as well as how to apply for a place and what it means to be a postgraduate student within the Graduate College at CCCU.

There will be plenty of opportunities to discuss how you might gain the postgraduate edge and take your studies to the next level.

The session dates are:

  • Thursday 4th June 4pm-5:30pm
  • Thursday 11th June 4pm-5:30pm
  • Thursday 18th June 4pm-5:30pm
  • Thursday 25th June 4pm-5:30pm

To book your place simply email: graduatecollege@canterbury.ac.uk stating which date you would like to attend.

Alumni of Canterbury Christ Church University, who have completed at least one year of study and achieved a qualification with us, are eligible for a 20% discount on Postgraduate Taught Master’s and Master’s by Research courses if you are fully self-funding your tuition fees. Find out more here as well as advice on funding options for further study at CCCU.

Further support from the Careers and Enterprise Team

Still unsure if postgraduate study is right for you? Here at the Careers and Enterprise Team, we strongly recommend considering further study and are here to support you with any discussions you want to have about which course might be most suitable for your career plans.

You can email us at careers@canterbury.ac.uk with any questions. You can also book a confidential 1 to 1 virtual career advice appointment with our adviser on the Careers and Enterprise Online Hub.

Access all of the resources via our new app. Available on the Google Play Store & the App Store – be sure to set notifications on to be the first to know about career opportunities and support for all CCCU students and graduates.

Simply search “Careers and Enterprise – CCCU” to download!