We have received reports that some of our students have received a phishing email which looks like it has come from the University Accommodation Team.
The National Student Survey (NSS) is now live for final year students.
Now is your chance to help shape the future of Canterbury Christ Church by taking part in the online National Student Survey (NSS). Your feedback will help us to build on our successes and to continue to improve our learning and teaching. This is your opportunity to influence the future development of your degree and your University, helping prospective students benefit from an outstanding educational experience.
This week our focus for the Winter Wellbeing campaign is keep learning. Learning new skills and trying something new can give you an increase in confidence and a sense of achievement and pride… It can also help for future career prospects! Here are some of the ways you can keep learning this January and for the rest of 2019…
The official names of two of our new buildings has been announced:
- the new Creative Arts Building on our Canterbury Campus will be named after Daphne Oram
- our building at 1 Meadow Road, Tunbridge Wells hosting the Salomons Institute for Applied Psychology is to be named after Lucy Fildes.
Overall, 25 suggestions for building names were received from staff and students. The nominations were considered and shortlisted by the Senior Management Team, and a final decision was made by the Governing Body’s Chairs Committee.
When it comes to securing that all important graduate job offer, it’s no longer enough just to have a good degree. Relevant work experience via an internship can be just as important as exam results. So check out the CCCU Summer Internship Programme!
The University hosts a range of sports coaching and officiating opportunities which are popular with those who have an interest in sport or are wishing to pursue a sports coaching or officiating career.
Whether you want to tone-up, raise your fitness level or improve your strength and stamina, we have a variety of fitness and exercise classes to help you achieve your goal in a friendly environment. And the new calendar for 2019 has just been announced.
As many of you are returning to University and student accommodation we want to remind you about Meningitis.Young people are the second most at risk group of contracting meningitis and septicaemia. If you haven’t had your Men ACWY vaccine we recommend that you get in touch with your GP and ask for the vaccine.
This week our focus for the Winter Wellbeing campaign is connecting. Research shows that building good relationships is an important part to positive wellbeing. So why not use this week to connect with the CCCU Community and beyond. Here are some ways you can connect during January…
Assessment regulations are in place to ensure each programme and award is structured, delivered and assessed fairly, consistently and transparently.
It might sound boring but taking time to understand these regulations and processes will help you get the most out of your learning and give you the best opportunity to succeed. And with exams looming now is the time to make sure your know what is expected.
We’re kicking off our Winter Wellbeing campaign with the theme of taking notice. As many of you return to revise for exams or prepare for assignments we want to remind you that it’s important to take time out, reflect on how you’re feeling and look after yourself. Here are some ways you can try and take notice during January…
Happy New Year and welcome back to CCCU! There’s lots to get involved with this January, from the CCSU Puppy Day and Personal Development Week to Winter Wellbeing and new sports activities… Plus so much more! So grab yourself a hot drink, sit back and have a read…
In order to support our students over Christmas and New Year, we will be offering a library, i-zone and IT support service at Augustine House every day between 11.00 am – 5.00 pm except on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
Canterbury, Medway and Tunbridge Wells Campuses will close for Christmas on 21 December 2018 and will re-open on 2 January 2019.
However, we are delighted to confirm that Augustine House will be open for students as follows during the Christmas holidays:
Have you overheard friends talking about Graduate Schemes? Are you thinking about your future? Now is a great time to be looking ahead and thinking about making any Graduate Scheme applications, especially with many of the deadlines happening at the end December and throughout January.
The Student Portal will be unavailable from 14:30 today for emergency maintenance.
Although Christmas is just around the corner, we’re already thinking about all the exciting things we have planned at CCCU for 2019.
The January Exam Timetable for Semester Programmes is now available. Your individualised timetable can be accessed via Student Portal by clicking the ‘Must-Do Tasks’ tile.
With Christmas only around the corner, it is good to remind ourselves of how to keep not only ourselves safe, but also our property whilst we are out and about enjoying the festive celebrations.
Feeling stressed or anxious is something we all experience from time to time. It is a normal response to challenging or pressured situations such as exams and can actually help us to perform at our best.
By being prepared and organised while looking after yourself you can make sure those feeling of stress and anxiety are kept under control. And our Stressless activities are here to help.
However, sometimes the feeling of anxiety can be overwhelming and have a negative effect – if you feel this is the case for you there is a range of support available…