We are committed to providing you with a supportive environment so you can develop the knowledge and skills to provide nursing care that is person-centred, compassionate, safe and effective.
We value working with others and have strong partnerships with a range of health care providers and encourage patient and public involvement in our programmes.
Sections within the school
If you are planning a career in Adult Nursing, our three year BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing degree aims to prepare you to become a nurse with the knowledge, skills and confidence required to provide high quality patient care in the future. Registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and a broad range of jobs opportunities awaits.
Children's nurses place each child at the centre of their work. Our BSc Child Nursing degree with its in-practice placements, as well as our range of continuing professional development opportunities means that we can cater for nurses at many stages in their careers.
The midwifery profession holds a unique position in society with midwives working alongside women, babies and their families in a relationship that is built on mutual trust and respect. Our three year Midwifery degree combines theory and practical teaching to help you prepare for a career as a midwife.
Mental Health Nursing
The Mental Health Nursing and Learning Disabilities team work together to deliver research led learning and consultancy across a range of pathways and programmes. We offer an undergraduate degree as well as several options for continuing professional development.
Canterbury Christ Church University has been offering social work training and education since 1989. Since then, our portfolio of programmes, research and knowledge transfer activity has continued to grow in response to the diverse and changing needs of the social services and social care sectors locally, nationally and internationally.