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Teaching and learning

Creating opportunity by delivering excellence

We are proud of our reputation for excellence in teaching and our position as one of the leading teacher training universities in the UK. At Christ Church you can be confident you'll graduate with transferable skills which will broaden your future choices.

Our programmes are continuously reviewed to make sure they are equipping you with the skills to enter an ever-changing workplace.

Teaching methods

Focused on your needs:

  • Small class sizes: plenty of individual attention
  • Interactive teaching: opportunities to develop your critical skills
  • Group work and presentations: offering well developed skills relevant to a broad range of professions
  • Virtual learning environments: allowing the flexibility to prepare for each lecture

Flexibility and choice:

  • Single Honours: specialise from day one and deepen your knowledge of your chosen subject
  • Combined or Joint Honours: broaden your opportunities by developing knowledge and expertise in two fields, to fit the modern job market

Our system of combining modules lets you create your own flexible study. For a full list of options and combinations please download or request a prospectus|.

If you are coming from outside the EU/EEA, please check that your chosen programme is full-time, as UK Visa rules are strict about this.

Special options for international degree students:

  • We offer Pre-Sessional Study Skills courses to suit your level of language and to prepare you for your main programme of study. For more information, please visit the English and Language Studies Department web page

Connect with the International Office

The International Office now has a Facebook |page specifically for International students. You can also follow the International Office on Twitter| - click and join us.

Telephone: +44 (0)1227 767700 Prospectus: +44 (0)1227 782900
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