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If you are looking to study at a university with an international community and a wide range of globally relevant courses, look no further than Canterbury Christ Church University.
We can help you achieve your full potential, with great support and experience even before you arrive.
If English is not your first language and you choose to study for an undergraduate degree, we can offer English language courses and an International Foundation Programme
The great news is that applying for an undergraduate degree course with us at Canterbury Christ Church University is easy. You can find out everything you need to know right here, or visit the applying section of the website for additional information.
We recommend that, given the current global situation, you look at our Coronavirus advice and guidance pages. These are updated regularly as national and international advice changes.
We accept a range of qualifications from all over the world to ensure that wherever you are from, you will be able to study at undergraduate level with us. These requirements do vary from country-to-country, so it’s important that you know what qualifications you need.
To find out your requirements, just visit the Your Country page.
The UCAS application process is the main tool which is used by applicants to secure a place at a UK university. It is very straightforward, and all you need is our Institution Code, which is C10, alongside the course code you are interested in studying. You can find the UCAS course code on our course pages. Once you have that, you need to complete the online form. This will include your qualifications or expected qualifications, personal statement, and contact details for a referee.
We are more than happy if you decide to apply for undergraduate study directly. The application process is very similar to applying via UCAS and you will need to provide the same information – the main difference is that you will be in direct contact with us straight away. Relevant courses will have direct application links on them.
Our applying section will guide you through the process in an easy-to-understand step-by-step.
You can also contact our recruitment partner, InUni, to start your application. The InUni team will support and guide you throughout your admission journey.
Phone: +44 208 175 3200
To prepare you for study with us in the UK we have three different options available. These depend on your qualification level in English or personal requirements before starting your main degree course. In each case, you will learn in a welcoming environment, supported by our tutors and with access to our fantastic campus facilities in the historic and cosmopolitan city of Canterbury.
Our International Foundation Programme is designed to fully prepare you for undergraduate degree-level study. There are two possible versions of this course depending on your academic qualifications and English language level.
You can find out all about our International Foundation Programme course options here.
Our Student Support team is here to help you. Whether you’re at the early stage of trying to decide whether Canterbury Christ Church University is right for you, already studying here, or finishing your undergraduate degree and looking for a career or further study opportunities, we are always available.
We’ll 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.
Below are just some of the advice and support services we offer to help you through your time studying 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.