At postgraduate level you will be joining an active and vibrant community of people from all kinds of backgrounds. We offer a wide range of both taught and research-based postgraduate courses, and our academic staff are extremely active in research projects and publishing their work here in the UK, and internationally.
Whether you are progressing into postgraduate study after graduating from one of our undergraduate degrees, or joining us as a new student, we are ready to help you succeed.
The great news is that applying for a postgraduate degree course with us at Canterbury Christ Church University is easy! It is a good idea to understand the process, though, so you can find out everything you need to know right here, or visit the applying section of the website.
We accept a range of qualifications from all over the world. These requirements do vary from country-to-country, so it’s important that you know what qualifications you need.
To find out the postgraduate entry requirements for your country, just visit the Your Country page.
Our postgraduate taught opportunities are delivered by outstanding academics; we pride ourselves on our excellence in teaching, and have been awarded TEF Silver which demonstrates this. Applying for one of our taught postgraduate programmes is easy and for most courses you will simply apply directly with us.
You can apply for a postgraduate course direct to the University using our Online Application Portal.
There are three exceptions in the postgraduate application process. These courses are applied for through UCAS - the universities and colleges admissions service.
Remember, you can contact our Admissions Team if you need help on: email@example.com or +44 (0)1227 925 555.
Applying for a research degree with us at Canterbury Christ Church University is a more involved process than a taught postgraduate course. You will need to ensure that you have read our guide to applying and understand all the stages. All applications are managed by our Postgraduate Admissions Team who are trained specialists and can offer you the best guidance and advice. Visit our postgraduate research section for application instructions.
We have a team of people who are here to help you. Whether you are at the early stage of trying to decide whether Christ Church is right for you, already studying here, or finishing your undergraduate degree and looking to progress onto a postgraduate course, our Student Support team is always available.
We will support you every step of the way, from help with visas and the English language to making sure you feel safe and happy as you study with us.
The Student Support and Wellbeing Advisers are a team that offer support, advice and guidance on a wide range of personal, financial and academic matters.
Want to work while you study in the UK? If you are eligible to work, Unitemps can help you find it. We can also offer you advice on your future career.
You will be able to access facilities including a Canterbury-based chapel, Muslim Prayer room, a Buddhist Meditation Room and quiet rooms at both Canterbury and Medway campuses. Each of these is supported and supervised by our Chaplaincy team.