Open-Days-landing-page_in-situ_2

Open days and events

Join us at one of our Open Days and find out what makes Christ Church such a great place to study.

Next open day

Undergraduate open day

Sat 14 Mar

Canterbury Campus

Book now

The open day experience

Get a flavour of what it’s like to attend an Open Day.

Watch the video

Undergraduate open day

EventLocationDate 
Undergraduate Open Day Canterbury Campus Saturday 14 March 2015  Book

Discover more about the academic undergraduate subjects offered and the support services provided by the University. Talks and drop-in stands will be operating throughout the day.

Undergraduate Open Day Broadstairs Campus Saturday 21 March 2015  Book

Discover more about the academic undergraduate subjects offered and the support services provided by the University. Talks and drop-in stands will be operating throughout the day.

Subject specific events

EventLocationDate 

Diploma in Supporting Children's learning - Information Event

Hythe Bay Church of England Primary School Monday 9 March 2015
4.30pm – 5.30pm
Book
  • Are you working with children or young people in an educational setting?
  • Do you want to develop and extend your expertise in child development?
  • Would you like to gain a Level 4 qualification whilst working?

The University Diploma in Supporting Children's Learning  is ideal for you if you are working with children or young people in an educational setting. You will only need to attend University for one evening per week and the occasional Saturday. The course has been designed to offer people the opportunity to gain a qualification whilst continuing to work; you can earn and learn!

Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies - Information Event

The Coopers’ Company and Coborn School Tuesday 24 March 2015
4.30pm – 5.30pm
Book
  • Are you working with children or young people in an educational setting?
  • Do you want to develop and extend your expertise in child development?
  • Would you like to study for a Foundation degree whilst working?

This part-time course will draw on your prior and current work-based skills and experience to better equip you to support the children and young people you work with. It will also lead to a recognised qualification, providing you with opportunities to further your career. 

Book your place to come along and find out more at our Information Event.

Foundation Degree in Physical Education and Physical Activity (Fd PEPA) Open Evening

Canterbury Campus  (Og12) Wednesday 25 March 2015
5pm – 6pm
Book

Would you like to be involved with physical education, physical activities, sport and coaching in mainstream or special schools, afterschool clubs, holiday schemes and clubs for children and young people?

This part-time, work-based two year course enables you to gain a qualification whilst continuing to work. The Fd PEPA leads to further study including BA (Hons.) and Qualified Teacher Status.

  Early Years Initial Teacher Training Open Evening

Canterbury Campus  (Old Sessions House) Monday 30 March 2015
6.30pm – 8pm
Book

 

Thinking of teaching? Do you want to become a specialist in Early Childhood Development? Come along to our Early Years Initial Teacher Training Open Evening. Speak with our friendly programme team and learn more about this opportunity. For more information contact: education@canterbury.ac.uk

 

Foundation Degree in Physical Education and Physical Activity (Fd PEPA) Open Evening

Canterbury Campus  (Og12) Wednesday 22 April 2015
5pm – 6pm
Book

Would you like to be involved with physical education, physical activities, sport and coaching in mainstream or special schools, afterschool clubs, holiday schemes and clubs for children and young people?

This part-time, work-based two year course enables you to gain a qualification whilst continuing to work. The Fd PEPA leads to further study including BA (Hons.) and Qualified Teacher Status.

Foundation Degree in Physical Education and Physical Activity (Fd PEPA) Open Evening

Canterbury Campus  (Og12) Wednesday 17 June 2015
5pm – 6pm
Book

Would you like to be involved with physical education, physical activities, sport and coaching in mainstream or special schools, afterschool clubs, holiday schemes and clubs for children and young people?

This part-time, work-based two year course enables you to gain a qualification whilst continuing to work. The Fd PEPA leads to further study including BA (Hons.) and Qualified Teacher Status.

Our campus network

getting here

The University consists of a network of campuses and centres across Kent. Before you arrange to visit us, please check the location of the course you want to study by using the online prospectus. 

View maps and travel information

Unable to attend?

There are opportunities for you to arrange an alternative visit if you cannot attend an open day. Read more about your options:

Visiting the University

Self-guided campus tours

Future Open Days

Join our mailing list to receive information about future open days.

Remind me

Share

Connect with us