Do you know about all the beautiful surrounding areas of Canterbury? In this blog, Katie is sharing her favourite beaches in Kent… To help you make the most of your summer!
Whether you are coming straight from school or returning to education after a break studying, university may be different from what you have experienced before.
But don’t worry – we have pulled together 7 hints and tips to make sure you can hit the ground running…
It’s July! And we want to say a huge congratulations to those who have recently received their results and good luck to those still waiting to hear. Whether you are moving up a level of study, a recent graduate, or a postgraduate student continuing research over the summer, we are here to support you…
Congratulations to those students who have received their results so far. For information on understanding your results please see here
We know that many students still have exams, are waiting for their results or are getting ready for reassessments and deferrals, so we thought that the following reminder will help you to prepare…
Many of you will have received your results this week and some of you may need to undertake reassessment. But don’t worry you have got this!
And to help you get reassessment ready here are a few tips.
A message from Professor Rama Thirunamachandran, Vice-Chancellor
“Widely reported comments by historian David Starkey during a recent online interview are, in our view, completely unacceptable and do not reflect the values of our University and community.
If you are interested in inspiring the next generation, come to our Open Day on 9 July 2-4pm and explore the different routes you can take to become a teacher.
Use the Open Day to discover more about our wide range of postgraduate routes into teaching.
Have you decided what you want to do when you have completed your degree?
Give yourself the postgraduate edge, by adding a postgraduate degree to your CV. It a great way to develop expert skills and boost your career prospects.
Thank you for choosing Christ Church accommodation – you have made a great choice. We want to make sure it is a home from home for you. A place where you can make new friends, feel safe and secure and enjoy discovering the city on your doorstep.
Good luck to final year students receiving your results today!
The results will be released in batches during the day between 1pm and 5pm. They will be emailed as a PDF direct to your University email address.
Student Finance England has launched a new Digital Evidence Submission system that makes it easier for students to provide supporting evidence for their applications.
If you are feeling isolated, want to chat with other students or would welcome some support in these uncertain times, come along to our virtual Chooseday Chill.
As Pride month comes to an end for another year, it’s a great opportunity to reflect on how the Canterbury Christ Church University community has come together virtually to celebrate Pride.
Hi, it’s me – Aphiwe, back for part 2 of my international blog.
As we prepare for the new academic year we feel it is important to keep you updated on how our plans for September are progressing.
We’re committed to providing an on-campus experience, with our aim to deliver a mix of face-to-face and online learning and teaching.
Our priority is to make sure we continue to provide you with the highest quality education and student experience, whilst also ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of all our students, staff and visitors.
We are doing this by following the latest Government and Public Health England guidelines and wanted to share just some of the measures we will be implementing to keep our campuses safe:
You are now required to add recovery contact details to your CCCU computing account. This will add an extra layer of security to your account.
You will only need to do this once.
As a new student we know you’ll be keen to start getting prepared and to support you on your journey to university we’re pleased to provide you with some further information from your programme team.
We appreciate that being on placements can be rewarding but can also come with its own stresses and challenges, particularly during these times.
So, the Mental Wellbeing Team are setting up an online support group where you can share your experiences, discuss your concerns, get access to advice and onward signposting if needed.
The session will run weekly, and last for an hour.
The group is facilitated by the Mental Wellbeing Team and supported by the Practice Learning Unit.
Starts 3 July, 12.30-1.30 pm.
Please contact Natasha.email@example.com if you would like more information.
To join, just follow your blackboard link.
Hey! I am Marta, a 3rd-year international student of Media and Communications and Film Radio and Television. In this blog I’ll be sharing my top tips for finding a job whilst studying here at Christ Church…
Now you have your place at CCCU, you may want to start thinking about getting a part-time job or even work out your next career move – it is never too early to start planning your future!