If you've applied to study here at Canterbury Christ Church University you may receive an invitation to come to one of our Applicant Events.
Applicant Events are your opportunity to come and visit our campus located in the historic city of Canterbury. You will have the chance to learn more about the course you have applied for, meet fellow applicants and find out from our current students what it is like studying here.
How do I book?
Applicant Events are by invitation only and you should receive your invite soon after you receive your offer of a place from us. Some of our courses offer interview days instead of applicant days and you will receive an email invitation as part of your application process.
- Saturday 8 February 2020, Canterbury Campus, 10am to 3pm
- Saturday 7 March 2020, Canterbury Campus, 10am to 3pm
- Wednesday 25 March 2020, Canterbury Campus, 12pm to 4:30pm
What's the difference between an Applicant Day and Applicant Afternoon?
The main difference, apart from the shorter time frame, is that during an Applicant Afternoon you can attend one subject taster session, while on an Applicant Day you can attend two subject taster sessions.
Therefore, if you have been offered a place on a combined honours course we recommend attending an Applicant Day so you can experience both subjects in your combination.
What are Applicant Events for?
Your Applicant Event is designed to help you make the right decision about your university choice before you decide your firm choice on UCAS. Unlike an Undergraduate Open Day, an Applicant Event is tailored exclusively for those who have received an offer to study here.
Here are some of the top reasons to attend an applicant event.
What if I can’t attend an Applicant Event?
If you are unable to attend one of our Applicant Events and would like to visit the University you can book a place on a student-led tour. A self-guided tour allows you to visit at a time convenient to you.
If you have any questions about attending the applicant day, please contact our Course Enquiry Team.