Once a student has confirmed their place at the University, eligible students shall be considered for the CCCU Grant. If you have applied, you should find out if you are successful via the Student Finance England portal by the end of October.
We’re celebrating the launch of the new CCSU Volunteering site by sharing stories from our student volunteers, and the impact it has had on their future. Today we’re hearing from Simon, who volunteered with the Gypsy and Traveller Unit and with Great Ormond Street Hospital. Simon graduated in Public Health Studies this year.
Have you developed a new idea with your tutor in a way that gave you a totally new outlook on your studies and life? Have you worked on an exciting project at University that has given you the skills you feel you need to succeed in the future? Is there a learning and teaching experience you want to celebrate and share?
We’re celebrating the launch of the new CCSU Volunteering site by sharing stories from our student volunteers, and the impact it has had on their future. Today we’re hearing from Charlotte, who volunteered as part of Raise and Give (RAG). Charlotte graduated in Performing Arts this year and now works for Marie Curie as a fundraiser.
To end our week of Mental Wellbeing we want to remind everyone that if they are worried about anything it is always good to talk. And there is lots of different support available so you can access the help you feel most comfortable with, when and how you need it:
In aid of World Mental Health Day and the launch of the new Volunteering Website, we’re hearing from Michelle Trumper, from the charity wHoo Cares, who tells us about how her volunteers are tackling loneliness on the Hoo Peninsula in Medway. Find out what difference you can make, and how to get involved…
We all have mental health and we all need to look at ways of looking after it. Following World Mental Health Day we wanted to share with you the Five Ways to Wellbeing.
Academic Development week is on 22-26 October for undergraduates who follow the semester academic calendar.
This formal week is dedicated to you advancing your learning through focused activities allowing you time to prepare for assignments and develop your academic skills. There is also a calendar of events and workshops to support you every step of the way.
As it’s Libraries Week 2018, we’re sharing how you can volunteer and get involved with the Library and Learning Resources Team. Why not become a Library Champion and help develop existing and new services whilst enriching your learning experience? Or become an Archives Volunteer and assist in the creation of an accessible and discoverable archive for CCCU?
The Library and Learning Resources Team is celebrating Libraries Week. This is a week-long celebration of Britain’s much-loved libraries. The intent is for libraries to showcase the best they have to offer, encouraging people to discover what libraries can do for them.
Canterbury Christ Church University, working with the Students’ Union, is celebrating World Mental Health Day on 10 October with a week’s worth of events for students and staff to promote a positive environment that supports good mental health for all.
Academic English Service is putting on a 7 week course in English for Academic Purposes for those students whose first language is not English. The course helps improve your writing skills, presentations and academic performance. The class sizes are small and friendly, and each session is completely free.
Do you want the opportunity to make friends, network and learn with students from Pepperdine University (Malibu, California)? Plus have a weekend away (with all transport, accommodation and food included) in Tunbridge Wells? If yes- read on!
We’re looking for students to feature in our new campaign to promote the University. Are you confident in front of camera and willing to share your student experience with our future students? If yes, then we’d love to hear from you!
It’s Dyslexia Awareness Week, and whether you think you may have dyslexia, have a formal diagnosis, or are looking for further information, the Student Disability Service is here to help.
It’s been a busy start to the new academic year as we’ve welcomed new and returning students to CCCU- and there’s still lots more in store during October! From World Mental Health Day to Academic Development Week- you can find plenty of activities and support to help you in your academic and personal life… As well as have some fun!
Whether you are a new student learning how to find library books for the first time or a returning student finding out about all the improvements that have happened since you were last here – there is plenty to discover or rediscover in our CCCU Library this Autumn.
The CORE have introduced a new way to help you build, record and track your employability skills through Career Pulse.
It’s National Fitness Day and CCCU Sport have some great ways to get fit this semester! From a range of exercise classes to social sport- there’s something for everyone!
Are you a talented wordsmith or skilled photographer with a passion for changing the way people see the world? Do you want to use your talents to help others? Are you ambitious to get ahead and build a portfolio that reflects you and your values? If yes- read on!