According to the United Nations more than six million children die before their fifth birthday every year around the world. There is a higher chance that children who are born into poverty are more likely to die before they are five, than those from wealthier backgrounds. However, in England it’s mental health problems that are rapidly increasing and ruining peoples lives.
There are 815 million undernourished people in the world today, which is one in nine. An extra two billion will be added to this figure by 2050 if a change to the global food and agriculture system doesn’t happen.
Whether you’re really into your sports or you’re just looking for a fitness class to keep yourself active, Christ Church Sport have it all.
Whether you’re looking for help with your studies, advice about coping with University life or someone to talk to about your general your health and wellbeing our network of trained professionals are here to help you throughout your time as a Christ Church student – and even before you arrive.
Funding your studies for University can be a confusing task, but it’s vital that you get it right. We’ve got the support to help you do just that.
At Canterbury Christ Church University we want you to succeed in all aspects of University life. We have many services available to you as students which you have access to from day one and throughout your time with us. Find out how the Academic Learning Development Team can improve your study skills whether in your first or final year.
Peer mentors are current CCCU students who are here to share their own experiences with you to help you settle into studying at the University.
Joining a society is a great way to feel involved at your university, whether that be part of a sports team like lacrosse or swimming, or even coming together to share your interests in things like Harry Potter or Disney. Yes, there’s a Disney Society.
Teenagers and young people are the second most at risk group of contracting meningitis and septicaemia. As a fresher you are in a high risk group, particularly in the first few weeks of term.
To become a Christ Church student you need to go through a process called Registration.