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Postgraduate Routes into Teaching

The #UCASdeadline is approaching! Have you applied? We've got some last-minute tips to help you double check your personal statement before submitting your application. Watch now >
Researchers from the CCCU School of Humanities are involved in a new study to develop a cost effective approach to mapping and assembling #genome

Revolutionary new method to map animal genomes developed
Kim Manley, Professor of Practice Development, Research and Innovation for #CCCU's England Centre for Practice Development, featured on the Nursing Times website today discussing her career and research.

Working together to work better
The #UCASdeadline is this Sunday. Have you applied to study here? Let us know what course you've chosen!
If you haven't yet applied, it's not too late. #ChooseCCCU

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Calling all third year #CCCU students! Help us shape the future of Christ Church and ensure it continues to improve and enhance the student experience. Complete the National Student Survey now to let us know about your time as a Christ Church student > [ Link ]
Thinking about applying to study here? Attend our Information Session and Guided Tour next Wednesday! You'll get an insight into university life from our very own students. Book your place > [ Link ]

Open days and events - Canterbury Christ Church University
"Christmas music enjoys a strange and varied reputation, very dear to people’s hearts, but also the bane of their lives as it starts being pumped out into the aisles of supermarkets, earlier and earlier each year."

Dr Vanessa Hawes, Senior Lecturer in Music at #CCCU, explores why we love certain Christmas tunes and why we can't stand others.

What do you want from Christmas music? | Expert comment
We would like to thank all of our wonderful students and staff who have spread a little joy and Christmas cheer to those in need, generously donating gifts to Catching Lives CXK and Age UK.

Thank you, and a merry Christmas to one and all!

Christmas cheer spread to Canterbury charities
The University is now closing for Christmas and New Year. We’re back on social media on Tuesday 3 January 2017.

We wish you all a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year and look forward to hearing from you all in 2017!

If you have any questions during the break, please get in contact with the i-zone. Check the Christmas opening hours and contact info >

Christmas and New Year Opening Times | Student News
Take a look at the student support that is available over Christmas and the New Year > [ Link ]

Student Support over Christmas and New Year | Student News
Peter Vujakovic, Professor of Geography in the School of Human and Life Sciences, explores the use of caricatures in media publications during the festive season >

Seasonal satire or self-censorship? | Expert comment
#CCCU's Dr Ken Fox was interviewed on BBC Radio Kent this week, discussing Christmas films and why we enjoy them, and recommends his top 3 festive films for the holiday.

20/12/2016, Dominic King - BBC Radio Kent
We want to hear from you! Write a review about #CCCU on the What Uni website > [ Link ] . What Uni are offering a £200 food shop to one lucky reviewer.

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Hear the reasons why our students love to study here! #ChooseCCCU
Dr Steve Tong and Emma Williams, from the Canterbury Centre for Policing Research (CCPR) at #CCCU, comment on the recent proposals for police education from the College of Policing.

Police education proposals provide exciting opportunities | Expert comment