Our Diamond Jubilee year is not only a time to look back and reflect, but also a chance for us to create something new. Our series of Jubilee Projects aims to do both these things.
In research projects that reflect on our history, our collective achievements and the wider education sector over the last 60 years, we seek to discover insights and learnings to inspire and inform us as we move forward.
In active projects on our campuses, we aim to bring our community together, celebrate how our teaching research and enterprise has equipped students across the world to make a difference, enhance our campus environments and build on our commitment to sustainability.
Find out about the range of projects we are undertaking to celebrate our Diamond Jubilee, and how you can get involved.
Happy to Chat areas enable people to connect with others and talk by providing designated spaces where anyone sitting there is openly invited to talk to anyone who joins them.
We look back at 60 years of sport at Canterbury Christ Church University with the help of those who have been a part of it - whether student or teacher.
We're undertaking projects to celebrate Canterbury Christ Church's Diamond Jubilee to improve our surroundings and rewild parts of our campuses.
The education of teachers was the founding discipline of what was then Canterbury Christ Church College. We invite teachers and educators to reflect on the last 60 years.
Find out about our Jubilee project to celebrate Canterbury Christ Church’s long history of collaborative partnerships, delivering dynamic courses and widening access to Higher education.