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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 2013/14 DLHE survey)
Student satisfaction at record high
The University's overall student satisfaction level is 86% according to the National Student Survey 2014
Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology
We are home to one of the largest Clinical Psychology programmes in the UK.
Understanding Psychosis & Schizophrenia
Anne Cooke has recently edited a key report that challenges how we think about mental illness.
The Great British Class Survey
As part of our 'Engaging Sociology' initiative, we recently hosted an Open Lecture with Professor Mike Savage.
We have recently launched a brand new research centre, the UK Institute for Migration Research (UK-IMR), together with Migrant Help.
Our new Psychology (Conversion Course) MSc is ideal for anyone seeking to pursue a career in Psychology who doesn't already hold a BPS accredited degree.
Our degree programmes have been developed to provide you with a stimulating and challenging environment where you will be both engaged and inspired by the learning on offer.
Not only will you benefit from outstanding teaching across all of our subject areas, but you will also gain valuable skills to help you succeed in your chosen career.
Psychology deals with how we perceive the everyday world; how we respond to it, how we learn from it, and how our mental processes change over time.
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Our Politics and International Relations courses investigate the 'big issues' that affect the world today.
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Sociology asks challenging questions about the ways in which social life is organised, structured and experienced.
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Our Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology provides professional education as well bespoke training, supervision and clinical consultancy services.
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We are committed to excellence in research and knowledge exchange, and strive to make a real and lasting impact with all of our research activities.
Find out about our latest research
The UK Institute for Migration Research (UK-IMR) is an independent research centre created by Canterbury Christ Church University together with front-line charity Migrant Help.
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