We’re celebrating our CME qualified students! David Wheway, Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education, explains what the CME qualification is and why it’s so important. We’ll also hear from the three winners of the award; Millie, Julie and Jonathan. A huge congratulations to them all!
If your programme is delivered in Semesters (Calendar A) your assessment results will be released on Monday 17 June 2019. These results, of approximately 6000 students, will be issued in batches throughout the day up until 5pm.
Are you heading into the Summer, but wondering what is next? Here’s a reminder of 6 key tasks to do over the Summer, plus a few extra ideas of things to do!
The School of Music and Performing Arts are presenting their Annual Musical: HONK! this week, with the opening night happening today! To celebrate, Dylan Stallard, CCCU Creative & Professional Writing student, finds out what the talented Design Team have been up to…
Here at Christ Church we are proud of our inclusive campuses offering all our students a fair and enjoyable learning experience, regardless of disability or difference.
A large number of CCCU students decide that commuting is the best option for them – so if you are going to be travelling from home you will not be the only one.
There are a number of advantages of commuting to campus, including saving money, remaining close to friends and family, and being able to fulfil other commitments. Whatever your reason for commuting we want you to feel part of our CCCU community.
The Facebook Group for those students starting at Christ Church in September 2019-2020 has opened. And every day (Monday – Friday) you will be looked after by one of our Student Social Media Ambassadors who knows exactly what you are going through, can help answer your questions or at least signpost you to someone who will know the answer.
The Summer is here! And now that exams and assessments are over for most of you, campus seems a lot quieter… However, there’s still lots happening this month to keep you busy if you’re in the area- including School of MPA Annual Musical: HONK! Postgraduate Mixer, Canterbury Pride and Wake Up Wednesdays. There are also some key reminders around checking your assessment results, moving out & returning your books!
We know you are excited about starting at Christ Church and want to understand what will be expected of you – so we thought learning more about your timetable is a good place to start.
Your timetable will be made up of the topics and themes you have chosen to study called modules. Each module can consist of:
Hooray, it’s June! The end of exams and the beginning of a well-deserved summer break for many of you. June is also the month of Volunteers Week (1-7 June) and Small Charity Week (17- 22 June) and to celebrate we’ve decided to pull together our top reasons to volunteer, along with our pick of the best opportunities with charities on our Christ Church Volunteering platform.
The School of Music and Performing Arts are presenting their Annual Musical: HONK! this June! To find out more Dylan Stallard, CCCU Creative & Professional Writing student, interviews the Directors…
A measles outbreak has been confirmed in Kent and people in Canterbury are being advised to check they are up-to-date with two doses of the MMR vaccine following five confirmed cases of measles in the area.
We hope that you all have a lovely summer holiday and get the break you deserve.
But we also want you to know that if you need support we are here for you – even if you have gone home or are away on your travels.
Coming to stay in our University accommodation? We want it to become like a home from home for you…
Getting your funding for University sorted and starting to plan your budget before you arrive is essential. As a student you can get finance to pay for tuition fees and living costs:
Zsara Finch, a CCCU student studying Sports and Exercise Science Single Honours in Year 2, shares her top tips for students starting uni!
This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 is focused on the theme of Body Image. Ben Odero, Graduate Trainee in the Department of Enterprise and Employability gives an honest account of how the demands of studying a Masters and working full-time have impacted his own body image and the steps he has taken to make sure he is looking after his own mental health.
Congratulation you’ve received an offer to study with us at Canterbury Christ Church University (otherwise known as CCCU).
You have made a great decision but what next?
We know it is exciting and also a bit daunting, but you have nothing to worry about. There are lots of different stages to University life from this point on; whether that be preparing for your first lecture to choosing that memorable outfit to wear when you graduate! Whether you’re a Canterbury or Medway based student, we’re here to support you through every single stage of University life.
As part of Mental Health Awareness week we are celebrating some of the great initiatives that have been happening across the University, which help to support our University Mental Health and Wellbeing Framework vision of a making Christ Church a positive mental place for all.
Couch to 5K is a free programme that Christ Church Sport have been offering to both students and staff to help encourage beginners to get into running. Led by a qualified run leader, the programme is comprised of three runs a week with a rest day in between each. Two of the runs are a group activity, and one run is self-directed. The programme lasts 10 week and ends with a 5K event.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week we are celebrating some of the great initiatives that have been happening across the University, which help to support our University Mental Health and Wellbeing Framework vision to make Christ Church a mentally healthy place for all.
The Community Wellbeing Wildlife Garden project is being led by the Sustainability team. Working with a local garden designer Jo Barker, the aim is to develop the currently neglected Johnson Garden into an area which attracts wildlife and promotes wellbeing; somewhere all students and staff can come to recharge their batteries!