Welcome to the Canterbury Christ Church University Business School
Information for students based on our Canterbury campus:
We hope you’re having a good summer, and we’re looking forward to seeing you on our Canterbury Campus in September. Before you arrive you’ll probably want to find out more about your course and the people who’ll be teaching you. We hope this page will answer many of your questions, but feel free to e-mail us at email@example.com if you have any other concerns or queries. Our Business School website also contains a lot of information that you will find useful.
What happens next?
If you’re taking exams or waiting for results, we’ve got our fingers crossed for you. Once the results come out on 16 August we’ll be able to confirm your place. Don’t forget to check your UCAS Track once you’ve got your results as you’ll need to confirm acceptance.
If you already have your qualifications, then you don’t have anything to worry about, but if the unthinkable happens and you don’t quite get the grades you wanted, get in touch with us via our Clearing Line on 01227 540980 as we may be able to help.
In the meantime, enjoy the summer and maybe take a look at some of the information we’ve included below – useful things to get you prepared for this next exciting phase in your life. Also, why not use facebook to catch up with some of the other people starting here in September:
Once results are out, our University Admissions team will send you Pre-Registration instructions after 20 August. You’ll need to look out for this, as it includes things you should do as soon as you receive it. Completing it will give you access to CLICLearn, our virtual learning environment, where you’ll find timetables, detailed reading lists and lots of other useful information.
AccommodationIf you’ve requested University accommodation, you’ll also get this confirmed once results are out. If you haven’t, then keep an eye on our accommodation webpages for information about finding private accommodation.
When does it all start?
The Business School induction week starts on 24th September 2012. You will receive a Welcome Pack which will give you a lot more information about where to be, and when to arrive. In the meantime, to see what else is going on at the university you can find us on social networking sites, and view the Student Union web pages:
What should I do before I arrive?
Make a list of questions that you would like answered in the induction week. We can then make sure all your questions are answered in our induction sessions.
If you want to do some pre-reading you can get up to date with business news and issues:
BBC Business News
Find out about what it is like to study and be at university:
It’s never too soon to start thinking about getting a part-time job whilst you’re here, so visit our Employability and Careers Services for some advice.
If you’re new to Canterbury or Kent here are some links you might like. Explore this beautiful part of the country and our picturesque cathedral city:
If you're coming from further afield, you might find our information for international students useful, or see the British Council website for more information on studying in the UK.
What will I be doing when I start?
During your first week you will register with the University and obtain your computing account at the Computing and Library Induction. This link gives you a lot of the information you will need for this: http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/induction/
Your first year starts with a 6 week induction that will help make sure you get a good start at the Business School and feel part of our community. This will provide you with opportunities to build the skills you need for the next 3 years, and on into your future career. It will give you an idea of what to expect from your university experience, and help you to understand how all your Year 1 modules fit together, making you feel more confident with independent study.
As well as giving you an opportunity join in with the larger university, the induction week also includes events that will help you get to know your fellow students in the Business School. A welcome lecture will include a guest speaker and there will be further sessions during the week that introduce you to the way we do things. At these meetings you will also receive your personalized timetable and meet your personal tutor.
What will I be studying?
Depending upon your degree combination, the majority of students in the Business School will study the following modules:
Contemporary Business Issues
Foundations of Management
Accounting and Finance for Professionals OR Accounting and Finance for Business
Introduction to Quantitative Techniques
Marketing Principles and Practice
When you enrol you will be able to log onto CLICLearn. This is our virtual learning environment, and here you’ll be able to find details of each of these modules online, and get reading lists for each module.
Who will be teaching you?
You will meet your teaching team, Programme Directors and Personal Tutors during your induction week in the Business School. They are:
Karen Hilliger (Director of Undergraduate Programmes)
You will see them regularly throughout the year, and get to know them at your lectures and seminars.
Questions about your study?
Please feel free to contact us if you have any other questions or queries, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible: firstname.lastname@example.org.