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. Current student, Lucy, was diagnosed with meningitis- and shares her story in the hope it will bring awareness to how serious the disease is and what signs and symptoms to look out for.
How often do you get a whole week to yourself?
How often do you make plans in the new year to try something new or get your life sorted but run out of time?
Well Personal Development Week from 20-24 January is giving you that time – so you can reflect, reconnect and refresh.
Sustainability is at the heart of the University values and mission statement, and is a cross-cutting theme in our plans for the future. Both the University and the Students’ Union showed their commitment by declaring a Climate Emergency during the summer which includes actions that will help create a better future for both people and the planet.
A new shuttle bus timetable is now available, replacing the current temporary timetable. This timetable will commence on Monday 20th January 2020 and remain in place until Friday 3rd April 2020.
This week, the Winter Wellbeing Campaign theme is ‘give’. Did you know that helping others can have a positive effect on your own mental health and wellbeing? Being compassionate can actually make you happier and live longer, reducing stress and improving your emotional wellbeing. So here are some ways to give this January…
HOSTUK promotes international friendship and understanding by arranging for international students at British universities to meet UK residents in their homes. And this is available to our CCCU International students.
Hinako, from Japan, who studied English Language, Psychology and Politics at CCCU as a exchange student from Kansai University was able to do a HOSTUK visit with a family in Whitstable for a weekend.
We have received reports that some of our students have received a phishing email which looks like it has come from the University of St. Andrews Valuation Office offering an annual refund.
Please note this is a phishing email and delete from your inbox.
The Vice Chancellor is inviting students, staff and Governors to make nominations for the award of Honorary Fellowships and Honorary Doctorates for presentation in 2020/21.
To celebrate the theme of ‘prose, poetry and plays’ for LGBT+ History Month 2020, CCCq is proud to host a writing competition. They are inviting students and staff to submit poems and/or short stories on the theme of “Queer Perspectives”.
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.
If you are interested in inspiring the next generation, come to our Open Day on 1 Feb 2020 and explore the different routes you can take to become a teacher.
Welcome back to CCCU in 2020! We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas break. There’s lots to get involved with this January, from Personal Development Week to Winter Wellbeing, as well as plenty of workshops with the Careers & Enterprise Team… And much more!
It might be cold and dark outside but #CCCUAllofUs are coming together to offer a whole month of winter warmers to keep you positive through January. The Winter Wellbeing Campaign is kicking off with the theme of ‘connect’- so here are some ways to connect with the CCCU Community…
The University’s shuttle bus service will be running on a temporary timetable for the first 2 weeks of January 2020, from 6 January- 17 January, as Hall Place is not open until teaching restarts.
Still not made any New Year’s resolutions yet? Well here are some ideas on how to make the most of CCCU in 2020!
Today we’re finding out more about the Rotaract Society with current student and President of the Rotaract Society, Anastasia Semaan!
2nd year graphic design student Jack Beaumont won the Gradforce logo design competition earning himself a £300 cash prize and an internship with CCCU’s in-house design team.
So you are off on your Christmas holiday and we hope you enjoy your well deserved break!
We want you to know that when you come back, we have several weeks of winter warmers planned, to give you something to look forward to.
From Chooseday Chill to Community Lunches, from Therapy Dogs to Gym promotions – there is lots to be positive about for the start of 2020. See www.canterbury.ac.uk/winterwellbeing for daily updates.
Canterbury, Medway and Tunbridge Wells Campuses will close for Christmas from 20 December 2019 and will re-open on 2 January 2020.
However, we are delighted to confirm that Augustine House will be open for students as follows during the Christmas holidays:
So hopefully you registered to vote before the deadline on 26 November – now make sure you don’t miss this important opportunity to have your say.