A new Expect Respect Training programme is being launched to empower students to take a stand against sexual harassment.
As part of the Students’ Union Housing and Opportunity Fayre on 23 January the SU have arranged a campus tour for Broadstairs Students as follows:
If you are interested in inspiring the next generation, come to our Open Day on 3 February and explore the different routes you can take to become a teacher.
Prior to the Public Lecture on 23 January, from 4.00pm – 5.00pm , Professor David Shepherd will be hosting and facilitating a session offering students the unique opportunity to meet and talk with Ruth Hunt, Chief Executive of Stonewall.
At Christ Church we are very proud of our commitment to global citizenship with our diverse student and staff community that is drawn from over 80 different countries.
To celebrate our international connections, we are launching the “Culturarium” programme from 8 – 15 February 2018 and this is an opportunity for you to have intercultural conversations and to explore our cultural diversity through festive events.
Your student voice really matters.
Through the national student surveys you are able to provide feedback on your whole programme and entire student experience.
Laura our CCCU Student Blogger shares her experiences of Semester….
Semesters was scary at first because it was new. I didn’t understand why the system was changing in my final year at university and I started my first day feeling a little anxious and unprepared.
Grit is a unique personal development programme which is completely free and aims to develop your leadership, resilience and communication skills. It gives you the chance to recognise parts of your life that you want to change, but haven’t known how to before.
If you are a first year home or European Christ Church student why not think about taking part in the Erasmus + programme and get funding to study abroad.
Our Learning and Teaching Strategy recognises that your learning goes beyond your subject area and that we are here to nurture the development and growth of you as a whole person.
Personal Development Week on 22-26 January has been introduced as a core part of your programme to enable you to embed wider learning experiences that are essential to enhancing your academic studies and your future employability.