The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is nature. Research shows that views of nature can help us slow down, boost our mood, improve our concentration, and support our wellbeing. […]
Throughout the month of May, we are putting on a number of webinars to help you get ready to join our university community.
There’s lots happening at CCCU this May – from key updates on COVID-19 and multi-factor authentication to support on lockdown easing and for your end of semester assessments. Plus- you […]
We are pleased to confirm that students have been allocated their modules for 2021-2022.
We know that many students preparing for their final year assessments are looking forward to achieving their award and celebrating their success at a graduation ceremony. Graduation ceremonies are a […]
Mental Health Awareness Week will take place from 10-16 May 2021. The theme is ‘Nature’ – as nature is so central to our emotional wellbeing, that it’s almost impossible to realise good mental health for all without a greater connection to the natural world.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, not Christmas but exams. I know you’re probably thinking that I’m insane but hear me out. Exam time can be the most daunting and terrifying time for […]
There has been a great response to Census 2021, but it is important everyone is counted and that includes students. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) wants to make sure […]
Taking a break is so important when you’re studying- it can help keep you refreshed and motivated, as well as look after your wellbeing. So, here are 6 ways to […]