I feel I have already achieved so much at Canterbury Christ Church. I have always taken full advantage of the well-equipped facilities and the guidance given by my tutors - who have always shown immense support."
The international experience
Stand out in the global graduate market
Our degrees are recognised and respected internationally.
UK universities are validated and quality controlled by the UK government so a UK university education and consequent fluency in English can help set you apart in the global graduate market.
Our undergraduate degrees balance practical and academic elements to help you develop a full range of skills; preparing you for your future career.
If you choose to stay on, our one year Masters programmes are intensive and thorough; a fast track to a high-quality postgraduate education and further opportunity.
Working and studying
If you are from a non-European Union (EU) or non-European Economic Area (EEA) member country, the Visa in your passport will tell you whether you can work during your studies.
Visit the UKBA website| for more information.
If you come from a country within the EU/EEA you may need to register for work or seek authorisation before you start your studies. Visit the UKBA website| for more information.
Canterbury has a big student population and many part-time job opportunities. The University can't find you work, but our Employability and Careers Service| can advise you on the best places to look and what sort of pay to expect.
A culture of inclusion
We welcome students of all ages, as well as all cultures and faiths. Our International Student Adviser| can help advise you on your particular circumstances, for example what to do if you have a family who will be accompanying you to the UK.
Canterbury Christ Church University welcomes applications from prospective disabled students and is committed to ensuring that all students have right of access to all the University's buildings and services.
It is important to note that International and non-UK EU students are not entitled to the UK Government allowances for disabled students and, whilst the University will make every effort to support you, it will be the responsibility of you and your sponsors to fund any additional support costs which arise as a consequence of your disability. Please see our International Disabled Students Advice| for more information.