The Mediation Clinic at Canterbury Christ Church University delivers quality, professional mediation services to the local and wider community for the resolution of a range of disputes. As a University, our primary focus is education, and the work undertaken by the Mediation Clinic helps achieve that aim, as well as encouraging research activity and reinforcing our civic role in the wider community.
To celebrate the University’s 60th year, we will be remembering and celebrating everything we have achieved through a number of events, community engagement activities, and much more. Have you attended […]
A student brand influencer at Canterbury Christ Church University will represent your business on campus, showcasing your organisations’ opportunities, products, and services. They will enable you to market your business […]
Canterbury Christ Church University is just one of a handful of universities in the UK to offer the pioneering CDIO international engineering education model which was developed by the world-renowned […]
At the start of the pandemic Alex started the Keep Talking Services, after he noticed the isolation of elderly customers while working at his mum’s Gardening Centre. He now successfully […]
Today marks the start of Volunteers’ week and this year, we’re saying thank you to all those who make a difference in our community, including the organisations that make it happen.
Canterbury Christ Church University hosted the first in-person Community Impact Forum since 2019 on 4 May 2022. Colleagues from local third sector and not-for-profit organisations were invited on campus for an afternoon of networking, discussion and development.
After the success of the first walk, fellow netwalkers will have another opportunity to find out more about the University’s campus as well as exploring some hidden gems during the second Netwalking Club event on 21 June 2022.
The Enterprise and Engagement team will be running the first of four themed walks throughout our Jubilee year. On Monday 11 April 2022, 12pm, starting at Old Sessions House, our Easter-themed Netwalking event will be an opportunity to network and to find out more about the University, its collaborations, and history.