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To celebrate 60 years of transforming lives through education, we have new scholarship opportunities for prospective undergraduate students.
For details of other opportunities through CCCU's Futures initiative, see the Futures area of our website.
Available to undergraduate and PGCE students who meet the follow criteria:
Up to £4800
You studied at one of our partner schools within the past five years. check our partner schools and colleges list to see if you are eligible
Eligible students will be contacted and invited to apply to the scheme. Due to limited places, there will be a shortlisting and interview process for applicants.
Students who receive the Partner Schools Award will also benefit from participating in paid School and College Engagement activities. These activities promote university to students in schools and colleges in Kent and Medway who might not otherwise consider accessing higher education.
Students on the following courses will be eligible to receive this grant:
Students studying on our Mental Health Nursing and Diagnostic Radiography courses will also receive an additional £1000 per year from the government.
The Canterbury Christ Church University Advantage Package currently includes:
We are dedicated to supporting student athletes in both academic and sporting success through our Sport Scholarship programme.
The University is recognised by Sport England’s Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) as a Dual Career Accredited Site.
This acknowledges a high level of academic flexibility, allowing talented athletes to balance their studies alongside a sporting schedule.
All levels are also awarded with:
Scholars must compete at one of the following levels:
Current and prospective students are encouraged to apply.
All sports scholars are required to engage with the program via a number of methods. These include:
For more information, contact email@example.com
Talented performers, composers or musicologists starting their degree in September 2023 have the opportunity to secure one of the below scholarships available.
Financial support for career development opportunities, including group and individual funding.
We work in partnership with The Archdeacon of Canterbury (Canterbury Cathedral) under the Article 26 Project to enable those seeking asylum to progress to higher education. To find out more, visit our Sanctuary Scholarship page.
PhD Scholarship including:
15 December 2023
The objectives of the PhD are 1) to examine the impacts of exposure to light on the sleep and circadian health of adult healthy populations, 2) to study the dynamic interplay between sleep and circadian rhythms, and behaviour in healthy populations with diversified working time arrangements (i.e., shiftwork) and the role of exposure to light mediating the impacts of sleep/circadian disturbances on affective experiences (i.e., SAD), 3) to model the impact of increasing sleep/circadian disruption on behaviour and the mediating or mitigating role of exposure to light.
More information about the research focus is included in the overview document.
The successful candidate will be aligned with the Health & Wellbeing thematic group of the School of Psychology and Life Sciences under the supervision of Professor Teresa C. D'Oliveira. Professor Sukhi Shergill (Kent and Medway Medical School/CCCU, King's College London) and Dr Philip Ulrich.
Interested applicants should contact Professor Teresa C. D'Oliveira for an informal discussion (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For any queries about the application and admissions process please contact Postgraduate Admissions email@example.com.