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!
This month there’s plenty in store to continue to help you settle into University life- whether you’re a new or returning student! Get involved with Black History Month and World Mental Health Day, check out a load of events happening with the Careers & Enterprise Team and CCCU Chaplaincy, get support with your studies in Academic Development Week, learn how to access Your Digital Library, get support through Wednesday Wellbeing Workshops and keep active with Christ Church Sport… Plus loads more!
Our CCCU Chaplaincy have a weekly schedule to support you through the semester. From Community Lunches to Film Fridays and God Talk to Bargain Corner – there’s something for everyone!
Now the academic year has started here are a few things you need to do to make sure you get off to a good start and a few things you might like to do to make the most out of your first Semester:
The Careers and Enterprise Hub is launching on 2 October at 3pm in Augustine House and you are invited! Come and meet two of our successful Alumni Molly Wright (entrepreneur, Molly Moodle Media) and Anthony Leacock (MET Police) and take part in a range of fun activities.
October 4 2019 is World Dyslexia Awareness Day, and whether you think you may have dyslexia, have a formal diagnosis, or are looking for further information, the Student Disability Team is here to help.
If you are interested in inspiring the next generation, come to our Open Day on 12 October and explore the different routes you can take to become a teacher.
New students starting university this year could be targeted in a fresh wave of tax scams, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) warns.
Did you know that research shows that attending all your classes will enable you to get the most out of your academic studies and will increase your chances of success!
We ask that you register your own attendance at your lectures, seminars and other taught classes by ‘tapping in’ with your Smartcard (the same way you would use your debit card to make a contactless payment).
To celebrate our new & returning students, the University Bookshop is running a Golden Ticket Competition! Plus, they’ve now launched a student Price Match Promise on new text books used for study at the University! So you can get the best deals on your recommended course textbooks…
CCCU is a safe University but you never know when you or a friend might need the help of security – whether it is because someone has an accident, needs first aid or there is an unexpected emergency.
It is exciting to be moving into a property off campus but when you move into your property, there are a few things you need to do.
As part of CCCU’s commitment to the safety of its students, we are delighted working with the Students’ Union, to be launching a Safe Taxi Scheme for Canterbury.
The Canterbury Street Marshals are a friendly team who are here to help you get home safely on your nights out. They operate in male and female pairs on foot and are recognisable by their fluorescent uniform.
Chooseday Chill is all about creating a relaxed and informal setting where students could take time out of their busy uni lives to discuss what is going on over tea and toast, meet other students and have a friendly chat with Student Support. It is a great event if you have just arrived at Uni and starting to settle in.
Recently moved into University accommodation? All the rooms were checked and prepared for your arrival but just in case we have missed anything we have made it easy for you to report any issues via our Planon App and scanning the QR code in your room.
Canterbury Christ Church University and the Students’ Union believe all students have the right to live and study in a safe and supportive environment. We do not support discrimination, bullying or harassment of any form. We are proud of our friendly and inclusive community and expect respect for each and every individual.
This is why we are pleased to support the Zero Tolerance accreditation scheme, led by Kent Union and funded by Kent Police. So far 19 premises in Canterbury’s night time economy have signed up to the scheme to demonstrate that they have a zero tolerance to sexual harassment. This will also be rolled out in Medway during the year.
Tuition fees are due at the start of your course and vary depending on what course you are studying.
Before commencing study at the University each year, you must either pay in full, or have in place an arrangement with the University to pay in instalments.
If you are a new student starting this week then you may have to make some module choices (your programme team will let you know more information). Module Options Choice starts from Monday 16 September to 5pm Tuesday 17 September 2018.
Each level of study consists of separate parts known as modules. Module Option Choice gives you an opportunity to focus on the specific topics and themes that are of interest to you, supporting you to build the knowledge and skills that you need. So do not miss out on the opportunity to develop your studies in the way that you want.
Starting Postgraduate Taught or Research studies is an exciting opportunity to delve deeper into the subject that you are passionate about.
As a postgraduate student you will be expected to work more independently than ever before and be proactive about building your academic and support networks.