Taking that final leap and making an application can be both exciting and daunting and you'll probably still have lots of questions. When you start your student life at Christ Church, our specialist advisers can provide advice and support about anything that's worrying you about your studies.
Starting your University life
Once you have accepted an offer to study with us, you can find out more through our Student Portal. Additionally, our student-led Facebook groups and peer mentoring scheme are there to help make your transition into Higher Education just that little bit easier.
Living on a student income can be a challenge. If you have any money worries, our Student Support and Wellbeing Advisers are available to advise you.
- ensure you're getting all the financial support you're eligible for
- financial planning and money management
- your support package from the Student Loans Company
- discretionary support funds you may be able to access
- the availability of additional grants and loans.
See the financial support on offer
Your career prospects
There's a range of services to help you find the right career. When you enrol on your course, you'll have access to online resources, drop-in areas and workshops and events tailored to help you choose and enhance your future career.
See the career support offer.
Disability, specific learning difficulty and long term health issues
If you are facing (or potentially facing) barriers to achievement, the Student Disability Service is ready to support you.
- Practical support and accessible teaching rooms
- special arrangements in examinations and assessment
- information about funding opportunities to secure support for your specific need.
Counselling, Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing
Starting university brings new challenges and you may find that your new lifestyle means you need some extra emotional support. Should you need it, we offer a free, confidential counselling service and a Mental Health Advisory Service. Our specialists include fully qualified professionals including BACP registered counsellors and mental health professionals, with links to external support agencies.
Faith and religion
We actively promote diversity and equality of opportunity, and we're proud to have students from across the world studying here, exchanging ideas, values and experiences.
You'll be able to access facilities including a Canterbury-based Chapel, a Muslim Prayer Room, a Buddhist Meditation Room and Quiet Rooms in all campuses, supported and
Find out more about the University's Chaplaincy.