of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2015/16 DLHE survey)
You'll join a friendly community of almost 19,000 staff and students
Set in a beautiful cathedral city that is surrounded by some of the most iconic landscapes in Britain, with opportunities to study in Canada and to enjoy field trips to several European locations, Canterbury Christ Church University is the ideal place to study geography. Come and see for yourself.
Our exciting programmes cover all aspects of human and physical geography, exploring the interrelationships between people, place and the environment.
Learn more about Geography at CCCU
Fieldtrips are a key component of our undergraduate programme with opportunities to travel to Malta, Berlin, Dublin, India and other exciting destinations.
CCCU Geography in the field
We are supportive team, dedicated to helping you as an individual to achieve your full potential.
Meet our team
Find out what our students say about the programmes we offer.
Meet our students
We conduct research into a wide range of geographic themes and use this research to enhance the quality of our teaching and to engage students in research through internships and other learning approaches.
Learn more about our research
An initiative to enhance education in geographical skills from cartography to geographical information systems (GIS). Find out about our short courses.
Learn more about GIS
Our degree programmes are designed to give you the skills and knowledge you will need to make a success of a range of potential careers.
Read more about careers and employability
Come and meet our friendly team at one of our Open Days to discover more about studying geography at Canterbury Christ Church University.
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