As part of Climate Action Week Bird, University of Kent and Canterbury Christ Church University will be hosting a safety demonstration and helmet give away on Thursday 28 October.
Connected routes are now covered by the SafeZone App which means students on a connected route can if they are feeling concerned or unsafe activate the App to get remote support from either the UofK or CCCU security.
The deadline to change courses or modules has now passed. The deadline is put in place so that students do not make any major changes too far into Semester 1, which would impact their learning and student experience.
Next week is Academic Development Week, the perfect time to connect with the academic support and resources you need to reach your full potential.
On 20 October, join your sabbatical officers, and students worldwide, in condemning contract cheating and pledging your support for academic integrity.
On National Body Confidence Day, we are delighted to share the story of Christ Church Student Charlotte Ralph and the launch of her own Be Body Confident campaign. Hello, […]
Michaela shares her experience of becoming a School and College Engagement (SCE) Ambassador and the skills, knowledge and experience she has gained from the role.
If you are in your final year, or have graduated recently, GradForce can help fast track your graduate career with their exclusive GetHired! Graduate employability programme.
Students studying for a degree taught at the Medway campus in the Universities of Greenwich, Kent and Canterbury Christ Church have an opportunity to apply to the Medway Student Support Fund for financial support.