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Getting started

We want you to make the most of your time at the University, whether that's through providing you with easy access to the i-zone, our student information service, putting you in touch with your personal peer mentor, or by helping you prepare to find work local your campus.

Your student account and portal

If you have received an offer to study with us you will need to create a new student account with us and access the Student Portal to keep up to date with the things you need to do before you start studying with us.

How to create your student account

Meeting your conditions

You'll have a number of conditions to meet to start studying, whether it's getting the right grades or completing specific tasks, you can find more about them here.

Find out about offer conditions

Funding Your Studies

You don’t have to wait until you’ve been formally offered a place at university before applying for your Tuition Fee Loan. We advise you to apply as early as possible so your finance is in place when your course begins.

Advice on funding your studies

Finding your MENTOR

Peer mentors are current Christ Church students who recently joined the University and are there to share their experiences of being new to the University with you.

Connect with a student peer mentor

guides and handbooks

Digital copies of all of the university guides and handbooks are available here. Some will be emailed to you on the run up to registration, or included in your Welcome Bag.

Download guides and handbooks

Accessing Help

The i-zone is the student information service at Christ Church. If you have any questions about the University, your studies, or anything else, the i-zone are here to help, whether by email, telephone, or in person at helpdesks across the University campuses.

Accessing help through the i-zone

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Last edited: 24/07/2017 10:36:00