We hope you have had a good summer break and are looking forward to the new academic year. To get you started here are just some of the new things to expect in 2017-2018. There are lots of exciting changes and developments, as the University continues to invest in your student experience, based on your feedback.
Money mules are people who act as intermediaries receiving and moving money for criminals and criminal organisations.
Moving away from home and learning to live by yourself is both an exciting yet overwhelming experience for some students.
Don’t forget that tomorrow, 19 September there will be campus tours around Medway Campus for new students.
When you attend your Initial Programme Meeting/s today (you will attend two if you are a Combined Honours Student), your programme may indicate that you have a module option choice to make. To do this you will need to log into your Student Portal and click on the Module Choice (Level 4) tile:
When you start at University it is essential that you go through a process called Registration as a final step to becoming a Christ Church Student.
Welcome to CCCU! You have a busy week ahead, one of the key things many of you will do on Monday is attend your Initial Programme meeting, if you are a Combined Honours Student – you will need to attend a meeting for each of your subjects.
It is exciting to be moving into a property off campus but when you move into your property, there are a few things you need to do.
Canterbury Christ Church University and the Students’ Union believe all staff and students have the right to live, study and work in a safe and supportive environment. We do not support discrimination, bullying or harassment of any form.
Whether you are living in halls of residence, private accommodation or at home – fire safety does matter. Come along to Canterbury Fire Station on 19th September from 10am to find out more.