Information for Students
The following web-pages have been designed to help you to make the most of your time at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Student Health and Wellbeing are available to you whilst you are a student here, and we trust that you will make use of them should you need to.
Before contacting Student Health and Wellbeing, we
suggest that you look at the list of frequently asked
questions. More often than not, you will find the answers to any
queries you have by consulting these web pages. For further information,
please contact us using the 'contact us' link on the left.
DO NOT GET INVOLVED IN MONEY LAUNDERING
Students are warned not to get involved
in money laundering frauds. Please read the article at
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-21578985, for further information and to
familiarise yourself with 'how it works' and the 'risks'.
The new student finance services for England, Wales
and Northern Ireland are now open.
Northern Ireland http://www.studentfinanceni.co.uk
(Note: Applications for Scottish students via SAAS will open in early April
Please ensure an application is submitted before the
deadline to ensure that their funding is in place for the start of the term. The
· New students 31 May 2013
· Continuing students 28 June
· New students 19 April 2013
· Continuing students 31 May
· New students 12 April 2013
· Continuing students 14 June
Student Finance England - tools and resources for practitioners
There are a range of resources available for you to download and order to help
students apply for student finance. You can find these resources on our
Student Information Service (SIS)
Student applications for funding for AY 13/14 once approved, will appear within
24 hours in the Student Information Service (SIS) on the HE Portal. The updated
Student Information Service User Guide and Service Definition document for AY
13/14 can be accessed via the link below.