Graduate Stories

Our degrees place a great deal of emphasis on technical capability, whether that means musical accomplishment, excellence in dance technique or knowing how best to capture the sound of a live band.

Industry standard equipment, great performance facilities, committed teachers (including one-to-one musical tuition where applicable) and a lively programme of events ensure there’s always something creative happening on Campus.

What happens to our graduates after they leave Canterbury Christ Church University?

In the following pages you will hear from some of our graduates. Their stories will show how important their degree was for enabling them to find rewarding work or qualify against stiff competition for further study at specialist institutions.

  
Katie Burse

Katie Burse

Producer for Mixed Arts Venue

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Ruth Blakey

Ruth Blakey

Freelance Stage Manager

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Matt Burgiss

Matt Burgiss

Actor

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Alex Matthews

Alex Matthews

Lighting department, Cambridge Theatre, London

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Alex Hughes

Alex Hughes

Performer and M.Mus Student

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Joseph Emsden

Joseph Emsden

Artist Relations and Promotions Coordinator at Yamaha Music Europe

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Joseph Emsden

Scott Cattell

Video Release Manager at Universal Music, working closely with VEVO

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Dan Turnbull

Dan Turnbull

Performing Artist

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Syd Arthur

Syd Arthur

Professional Musicians

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Jenna Donnelly

Jenna Donnelly

Recording Artist

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96% of our UK undergraduates were employed or in further study six months after completing their studies (based on Destination of Leavers from Higher Education statistics for 2015-16)

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