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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.

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Adult Nursing Event

24 Nov

Canterbury Campus

Monday 3pm - 7pm

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Undergraduate open day

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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.

Subject specific events

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Adult Nursing event: for students interested in starting in April or September 2015 Canterbury Campus Monday 24 November 2014
3pm – 7pm
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Come to this event to find out more about our Adult Nursing Degree - for those interested in starting their studies with usin April or September 2015.

We will be repeating the content of the event twice between 3-5pm and then 5-7pm, although you are welcome to drop in at any time within these hours.

Lecturers will give a presentation with information about the Adult Nursing programme at 3.15pm and 5.30pm. There will also be opportunities to meet current students and talk informally with lecturers and students. You will be able to visit simulated wards where practical teaching takes place and take a campus tour.

Our BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing Degree is for people with 260 UCAS points including BCC at A2 level or equivalent, and GCSE English Language and Mathematics, at grade C or above.

The degree is NHS bursary funded for home and EU students only*. There are no tuition fees payable and you may be eligible for a bursary.

*You must have been resident in the UK for at least 3 years and have settled residency status.

Adult Nursing and Mental Health Nursing event: for students interested in starting in April or September 2015

Medway Campus Wednesday 10 December 2014
3pm – 7pm
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Come to this event to find out more about our Adult Nursing Degree and Mental Health Nursing Degree - for those interested in starting their studies with us in April or September 2015.

We will be repeating the content of the event twice between 3-5pm and then 5-7pm, although you are welcome to drop in at any time within these hours.

Lecturers will give a presentation with information about the Adult Nursing programme at 3pm and 5.15pm and the Mental Health programme at 3.45pm and 6 pm. There will also be opportunities to meet current students and talk informally with lecturers and students. You will be able to visit simulated wards where practical teaching takes place and take a campus tour.

Our BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing Degree is for people with 260 UCAS points including BCC at A2 level or equivalent, and GCSE English Language and Mathematics, at grade C or above.

Our BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing Degree is for people with 280 UCAS points including BBC at A2 level or equivalent, and GCSE English Language and Mathematics, at grade C or above.

The degrees are NHS bursary funded for home and EU students only*. There are no tuition fees payable and you may be eligible for a bursary.

*You must have been resident in the UK for at least 3 years and have settled residency status.

Commercial Music, Creative Music Technology, Graphic, Multimedia and Web Design and Photography - Taster Day for Year 13 students Broadstairs Campus Wednesday 10 December 2014
10.30am – 3.00pm
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Taster Days are a great way to get a feel for what being a University student is all about.

You’ll have the opportunity to experience a lecture or get hands-on in a practical workshop. You’ll meet students and staff and have the chance to look around our campus. We’ll also give you hints and tips on applying to University. You don’t need to bring anything but yourself.

History, American Studies and Archaeology taster event Canterbury Campus Wednesday 7 January 2015 Book

Offering an exciting mix of lectures, seminars and workshops designed to give a taste of what degree-level study in American Studies, Archaeology and History is all about.

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Foundation Degree Childhood Studies Hall Place, Harbledown (HPg13) Wednesday 21st January 2015
4.30pm – 6pm
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If you are working with children or young people, this is your opportunity for you to find out about the part-time Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies. You can study the generic programme or choose one of the following specialisms:

  • English as an Additional Language (EAL)
  • Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Combine work-based learning with academic study to help further your career. The Foundation Degree can lead to further study; you could progress to BA (Hons) and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

For further information email jane.lingham@canterbury.ac.uk or call 01227 782781

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Foundation Degree Childhood Studies Broadstairs Campus (Cg44) Tuesday 27th January 2015
5pm – 6.30pm
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If you are working with children or young people, this is your opportunity for you to find out about the part-time Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies. You can study the generic programme or choose one of the following specialisms:

  • English as an Additional Language (EAL)
  • Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Combine work-based learning with academic study to help further your career. The Foundation Degree can lead to further study; you could progress to BA (Hons) and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

For further information email jane.lingham@canterbury.ac.uk or call 01227 782781

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Foundation Degree Childhood Studies Medway Campus (RWg12) Wednesday 4th February 2015
5pm – 6.30pm
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If you are working with children or young people, this is your opportunity for you to find out about the part-time Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies. You can study the generic programme or choose one of the following specialisms:

  • English as an Additional Language (EAL)
  • Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Combine work-based learning with academic study to help further your career. The Foundation Degree can lead to further study; you could progress to BA (Hons) and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

For further information email jane.lingham@canterbury.ac.uk or call 01227 782781

Read more about the course .

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