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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
We work hard to ensure our students have as many opportunities as possible to make the most of their time at Canterbury Christ Church University. Therefore, we understand that whilst studying with us, students may occasionally feel they could benefit from some extra support, which is why we have a range of services open to them. On these pages, you will find the guidance and advice you need to make sure you are fully supported when facing an unusual situation.
Advice and guidance on immigration and welfare matters for prospective and current students (EEA and overseas) and their immediate dependants.
Information on international student advice
The University has limited funds available to students who experience financial difficulties after starting their course. A Student Support and Wellbeing Adviser is the first person students should talk to if they are worried about their financial situation, especially if they are experiencing an unexpected change in their financial circumstances.
More information on financial support
Help with personal problems for current students: Counsellors help you explore your area of difficulty.
Support for students with specific learning difficulties (including mental health difficulties), physical disabilities and various medical conditions.
Support for students needing further information on local health services including information for occupational health studies.
Student Health Services
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