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Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle wins prestigious Association for Tourism in Higher Education award

Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle, Section Director for Tourism, Hospitality and Events, has won a prestigious Association for Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE) award.

20 Jan 2022

Europe’s first Justice Facility Dog awarded PDSA Order of Merit

Oliver, a trail-blazing Labrador-Retriever who offers comfort and emotional support to victims of crime, the first of his kind in Europe, is honoured with an Order of Merit by vet charity PDSA.

14 July 2022

Academics' work cited in Scottish government report

Health inequalities and ethnic vulnerabilities during COVID-19 in the UK: A reflection on the PHE reports, was cited by the Scottish government.

13 May 2022

Canterbury Christ Church University research recognised as world leading in national assessment

The University has more than doubled the proportion of world leading research produced and more than quadrupled the world-leading impact its research has on people’s lives in REF 2021 figures.

12 May 2022

'Planting a tree for the jubilee' for our future generations

Students and staff came together to plant 400 saplings at the University’s Canterbury campus, celebrating both the institution’s Diamond Jubilee and Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

30 March 2022

University commits to a sustainable future

Staff and students came together this week to mark the launch of the Academy for Sustainable Futures.

21 March 2022

A message from the Vice-Chancellor on the Ukraine crisis

Vice-Chancellor has expressed his support for the people of Ukraine and outlined what the University is doing to support its students, staff, and community.

15 March 2022

Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle wins prestigious Association for Tourism in Higher Education award

Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle, Section Director for Tourism, Hospitality and Events, has won a prestigious Association for Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE) award.

20 January 2022

Ancient DNA study reveals large scale migrations into Bronze Age Britain

A major new study of ancient DNA has traced the movement of people into southern Britain during the Bronze Age.

22 December 2021

Ancient DNA reveals the world’s oldest family tree

Analysis of ancient DNA from one of the best-preserved Neolithic tombs in Britain has revealed that most of the people buried there were from five continuous generations of a single extended family.

22 December 2021

Christ Church alumnus Professor Abdulrazak wins Nobel Prize

Canterbury Christ Church is delighted that alumnus and Honorary Fellow Professor Abdulrazak Gurnah has won the Nobel Prize in Literature.

18 October 2021

Proud to support Pride Canterbury

Enjoy a parade through Canterbury High Street and live entertainment in the Dane John Gardens. 

14 June 2021

NICER research contributes to the future of RE in schools

A report published today by Ofsted identifying what it believes are the key factors for a successful RE curriculum has drawn upon research by CCCU's National Institute for Christian Education (NICER).

14 May 2021

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