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New partnership to supercharge Kent and Medway STEM talent and enterprise

Canterbury Christ Church University and Discovery Park have signed a partnership agreement to help attract and retain much-needed STEM talent and attract companies and jobs to Kent and Medway.

20 September 2022

From Foundation Year to aspiring Formula 1 engineer

Mechanical Engineering student Rebekkah Astbury is spending International Women in Engineering Day with the Red Bull racing team gaining a unique experience and insight into the secretive world of F1.

22 June 2022

Inspirational engagement programme wins Widening Access Initiative of the Year

Inspiring Minds, the University’s pioneering programme designed to encourage and support students to study STEM subjects, has won the prestigious NEON Widening Access Initiative (Outreach) Award.

16 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

Celebrating our science research partnerships

For the last six years, Canterbury Christ Church University and Genea Biomedx have been working collaboratively on research and knowledge exchange projects that aim to transform IVF industry practice.

25 April 2022

Dr Nortcliffe wins Executive Leader of the Year at the Engineering Talent Awards

Dr Anne Nortcliffe, the University's Founding Head of School for Engineering, Technology and Design, has won Executive Leader of the Year at the Engineering Talent Awards, 2021.

13 September 2021

Dr Anne Nortcliffe shortlisted for Engineering Talent Award celebrating inspiring leaders

Dr Anne Nortcliffe, the University's first Head of School for Engineering, Technology and design, has been nominated for an Engineering Talent Award.

08 September 2021

Professor Helen James awarded OBE for services to Higher Education

Professor Helen James, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Canterbury Christ Church University, has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List 2021, for services to Higher Education.

12 June 2021

Universities have a leading role in nation’s recovery from pandemic

Canterbury Christ Church University is supporting Universities UK's economic and social recovery campaign #GettingResults to help people and businesses recover from the damage caused by the pandemic.

27 May 2021

EDGE Hub receives extra £900k of Local Growth Funding

EDGE Hub will strengthen the retention of high-quality graduate skills across sectors with a strong focus on more women and those from disadvantaged backgrounds in STEM

04 May 2021

University will host new WISE South East hub to support women and girls in STEM

Canterbury Christ Church University will host a new south east hub to bridge the gap between business and education to inspire women and girls to take up STEM careers.

19 March 2021

Canterbury Christ Church University continues to support introducing engineering to young minds with Primary Engineer

Canterbury Christ Church University will continue to fund and support Primary Engineer’s Structures and Mechanisms with Basic Electrics course for teachers and their pupils in schools across Kent.

11 March 2021

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