Creative Arts and Industries at Christ Church incorporates Media, Music, Dance, Film, and Design courses that will equip you with a range of creative skills, ensuring you are ready to join the UK's creative industries upon leaving university. 

View our range of creative arts and industries courses available through Clearing starting this September. Contact our Clearing Enquiry Team for details. You can also book a campus tour to see what we have to offer for yourself - click here for details.

Why study at Christ Church? 

There are many reasons to study a creative arts and industries course with us, from our excellent facilities and expert tutors to our extensive links with industry and creative partnerships. Take a look at what we have to offer and discover why Canterbury Christ Church University will help you fulfil your creative potential.

Amazing facilities 

We are fortunate to have a range of facilities and spaces that provide fantastic areas for learning, experiential activities and performance experiences. These include studios, editing suites, galleries, stages and social areas. You can explore some of these below, and don't forget to also book a campus tour

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Daphne Oram creative arts building.

The Daphne Oram creative arts building opened in 2019 and offers a range of creative spaces plus access to music studio equipment, darkrooms and design studios. This exciting creative hub is named after Daphne Oram, co-founder of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and a tutor here during the 1980s. It was opened by former Director of the Tate and now Chair of Arts Council England, Sir Nicholas Serota, in 2019.

Anselm Studios.

At the heart of the Canterbury Campus, the Anselm building provides two flexible studio spaces primarily utilised for teaching Performing Arts, Dance, Drama and Musical Theatre courses. When the spaces are not being used for teaching, they can be made available for students to book out for rehearsals and assessment preparation.

St Gregory's

This beautiful historic church has been converted into a stunning music venue for intimate performances and concerts. It attracts international performers to the region and aims to make high-quality music performance accessible in the South East. Hosting around 100 concerts a year, the busy music calendar includes regular free lunchtime concerts, evening performances and special events, all of which are open to the public.

St George's Centre.

With its city centre location, the Lounge Bar and Kitchen café, St George’s Student Centre is an ideal venue for music, performance and socialising. And it’s also home to our Students’ Union, so all the entertainment and information you want is right where you need it.