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Creating opportunities for underrepresented talent

Canterbury Christ Church University is committed to promoting racial equality, closing the degree awarding gap, increasing graduate employability, and promoting a diverse workforce.

29 November 2022

Canterbury Christ Church University in top 20% of English universities for its work with the public and third sectors

Canterbury Christ Church University’s commitment to working with local businesses, communities and supporting regional economic growth has been recognised in a national assessment for Higher Education

27 September 2022

Modern universities vital actors in the levelling up agenda

Modern universities are key actors in their region's economy and workforce development and must be utilised by the government to achieve its levelling up agenda according to a new MillionPlus report.

27 May 2022

Inspiring outreach programme receives national award nomination

An inspirational programme designed by staff at Canterbury Christ Church University that supports and encourages local students to study STEM subjects has been nominated for a prestigious award.

06 May 2022

New hub to strengthen skills

The launch of a new partnership will ensure businesses at a life science campus are in the best possible place in Kent to grow their workforce.

13 December 2021

BTechs, T-Levels and supporting talented students

Vice Chancellor Professor Rama Thirunamachandran, and second year Social Care student, Jayna Goauder, explain how BTechs give talented students an important route in to university.

15 November 2021

BAFTA-winning English naturalist, explorer, writer and television presenter Steve Backshall awarded MSc by Research at Christ Church

Steve Backshall, BAFTA-winning English naturalist, explorer, writer and television presenter, will graduate with an MSc by Research in Bioscience.

15 December 2020

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