Meeting the conditions of your offer.

To become a fully registered student at Christ Church and begin your studies with us there may be some academic conditions and clearance checks that you will need to meet and complete.

To become a fully registered student at Christ Church and begin your studies with us there may be some academic conditions and clearance checks that you will need to meet and complete.

The academic conditions of your offer and clearance checks are unique to you and are dependent on your chosen course and level of study.

For academic conditions of your offer please see UCAS, UCAS Teacher Training or MyRecord.

For clearances specific to your offer please check your CCCU MyRecord Application Portal.

Our friendly Admissions Team are also available to guide you on what you need to do, so you can be confident that you have all you need to start your course.

You can reach them via email them at ugadmissions@canterbury.ac.uk if you are joining us for an undergraduate programme or pgadmissions@canterbury.ac.uk if you are joining us for a postgraduate programme. If you want to reach them via the phone, please call 01227 925555 to speak to a member of the team.

Clearance checks could include the following:

All students who will be working unsupervised with children or vulnerable adults must gain an enhanced disclosure certificate from the Disclosure and Barring Service before starting their course.

You will be prompted via your MyRecord if you are required to complete this Clearance check.

For further information check out our DBS Guidance.

All students on Education or Health and Social Care programmes need to attain Occupational Health clearance to ensure they are fit to practice.

If you’re taking up a place at the University on a professional programme, you’ll need to complete an online occupational health questionnaire.

You will be prompted via your MyRecord if you are required to complete this Clearance check and directed to the online health questionnaire.

For further enquiries about the occupational health check once you have submitted your questionnaire, please email cccustudents@ohworks.co.uk.

EU, non-EU EEA nationals and Swiss citizens can come to study in the UK (without requiring a visa) until the end of the transitional / implementation period (31 December 2020). You can apply for immigration permission in the UK under a scheme designed by the UK government known as the EU Settlement Scheme.

You will need to do this if you wish to remain in the UK after the end of the transitional / implementation period, or otherwise apply under another category of the Immigration Rules. Those arriving from 1 January 2021 will need to apply for immigration permission to come to the UK under a category of the immigration rules which are in place at that time.

If you are an international student intending to study at degree level or above, you will need a Tier 4 visa. If you accept an unconditional offer from us, the University will officially support your visa application with the UK Visa and Immigration Authority – often referred to as UKVI. The visa and immigration process can seem complex, but we’re here to help. For further information and advice click here.

We are excited that you will be starting your journey with us here at CCCU and please do get in contact with our friendly and approachable Admissions team if you have any questions about your application, clearance checks or academic conditions of your offer.

Lauren, Planning and Academic Administration