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of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2014/15 DLHE survey)
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Understanding Psychosis & Schizophrenia
Anne Cooke has recently edited a key report that challenges how we think about mental illness.
EDNA: energise, dance, nourish, art
Preserving Kent Life on Film
The Essence of cities
We have recently launched a brand new research centre, the UK Institute for Migration Research (UK-IMR), together with Migrant Help.
The pursuit of knowledge and understanding, and how both can make a positive impact on society, lies at the heart of research and knowledge exchange at our University.
As a University renowned for its strong and established connections with public services, our research cuts across many areas of public life.
The breadth of our expertise spans numerous fields, allowing us to view, research and comment on both past and contemporary issues.
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The University is committed to delivering high quality research across its range of disciplines. Our submission in 2014 to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) resulted in the recognition that nearly 90% of research at Canterbury Christ Church University has been recognised as world leading or internationally significant.
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CReaTE is a repository containing research produced by Canterbury Christ Church University researchers, including over 7,500 journal articles, conference papers, videos and more
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