of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2015/16 DLHE survey)
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96% of American Studies students were satisfied with the teaching quality of their course (National Student Survey 2017) The American Studies Programme at Canterbury Christ Church provides an exciting, dynamic and enjoyable learning environment, providing both undergraduate and postgraduate students with opportunities to develop a range of skills that will be of benefit throughout their careers.
The American Studies programme at Canterbury Christ Church University is widely recognised as one of the most successful in the United Kingdom.
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American Studies at Canterbury Christ Church University encourages students to spend time abroad. We understand the importance of personal and academic growth during your university career.
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Our dynamic academic team are all passionate about their work. They research and write books and articles on a regular basis ensuring students benefit from exposure to cutting-edge thought and opinion.
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With 96% of students satisfied with the teaching quality of their course in the 2017 National Student Survey it’s clear our students love the American Studies course at Canterbury Christ Church University.
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Find out about the Brenchley project and our new MA by Research in American Studies.
Research activities and postgraduate opportunities
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