"After completing sixth form in 2013, I wasn't really sure what I wanted to do. I went travelling and dabbled in a few part-time jobs until I got into outdoor education which sparked my passion for working with children. I decided to volunteer in a primary school to see if this path was really for me. I loved every minute of it and knew that this was what I wanted to do in life so decided to... View details ⇨
Good luck to the Canterbury Christ Church Gospel Choir taking part in the University Gospel Choir of the Year FINALS tomorrow Let's see if they can beat their 3rd place position from last year! #CCCUProud
Coming to the Canterbury Campus applicant day tomorrow? You should have received all the information you need for your visit but you can check the website for a recap to help you plan your day! We're looking forward to seeing you tomorrow.
Our newly updated fees and funding section on our website explains what financial support is available to cover your tuition fees and living expenses whilst you study at #university. You may be eligible for loans, grants and a variety of university scholarships or bursaries. [ Ow.ly Link ]
Our Canterbury Christ Church Gospel Choir has made it to the finals of the University Gospel Choir of the Year competition for the 5th year running Please show your support and watch their promo video as views count towards final votes this Saturday! #CCCU
Give your CV the postgraduate edge - Whether you need a sector-specific professional qualification, or simply have a thirst for knowledge, explore our range of quality postgraduate courses. There’s a lot on offer, with new funding options which now make it more affordable.
Our Film, Radio and Television course has a new Facebook page called FRTV Television. Next week, on Monday 6th March at 4:30pm, you can watch some of our third year students broadcasting TV shows they’ve created live right here on Facebook!
Follow the account to watch the live broadcast,take a behind-the-scenes tour of our television studios and see some of the professional kit available to... View details ⇨
Professor of Theology and Culture in the African Diaspora in the CCCU School of Humanities, Robert Beckford, featured on BBC Radio 4 yesterday debating whether Bristol Cathedral should remove a window dedicated to a seventeenth century MP, philanthropist and slave trader. Listen again >
It's our Canterbury Campus applicant day tomorrow and we're looking forward to meeting everyone attending! Have you applied to study here? Let us know what course you've applied for in the comments below.
Check the website to prepare for your visit tomorrow >
From the SU to ‘I do’: Paula and Jim
A typical Friday night at the SU has led to 22 years of marriage and three children for Paula and Jim! They were studying separate combined honours courses but their love for student radio blossomed into love for each other. Paula says: “We enjoyed every moment at CCCU. We even got married in 2000 at Salomons, it was owned by CCCU at the time so it felt... View details ⇨
From Housemates to Soulmates: Alex and Tor
“To me, the best part of university was meeting Tor", says Alex. "So I want to take the opportunity to thank the university for helping me to find the missing part of myself.” Current students Alex and Tor met during their first year of university when they were both living in campus accommodation, the Fyden and Thorne buildings. Their friendship... View details ⇨
Lessons in Love: Raymond and Judith
Raymond and Judith celebrate their 38th Wedding Anniversary this year after meeting at, what was then, Canterbury Christ Church College. They married on 23rd February 1979, and even celebrated their wedding reception at the College. Now that really is a lesson in love! ❤