Study Here

If you’re thinking about a university education, you’re really thinking about your future. About what inspires and challenges you. And how you’re going to make the most of your time with us and beyond. At Canterbury Christ Church University, that’s what we’re thinking about too.

Why Christ Church?

Student life

Student life in Kent is thriving, which means your student needs are really well catered for. But, the sense of community and scale means you’ll never feel lost in the masses. Make your university student experience the best it can be.


All our resources are geared to helping you to develop and progress.Find out more


Your needs are really well catered for – from clubs, bars and cafés, to shops, theatres, restaurants and entertainment venues.Immerse yourself in student life


The sense of community and scale means you’ll never feel lost in the masses. There’s always an advisor to help or assist.Take a look at the support on offer

 Campuses and facilitiesSupport

Beautiful locations and outstanding facilities.See what’s available to you

Students’ Union

Getting involved in your Students’ Union is the key to making your student experience the best it can be.Visit the Students’ Union website to find out more

Want to know more?

Check out the student area to see all of the services, events and opportunities that would be available to you as a student here.See what’s available to CCCU students

Our locations

Our network of campuses and centres stretches across Kent and Medway, and are a vital part of the local communities. We want all students and staff to achieve their full potential, and that is why we’ve invested millions of pounds into creating high quality facilities to make this possible.

Canterbury Canterbury campus

The largest of our campuses, Canterbury is a World Heritage Site and a historic cathedral city.Exciting and cosmopolitan Canterbury

Broadstairs Broadstairs Campus

Our Broadstairs Campus is a fantastic place to study, with a thriving artistic community and close proximity to a sweep of sandy beaches.Cool and creative Broadstairs

Medway                                       Medway campus

Our Medway Campus is a stone’s throw away from the Historic Dockyard, which is home to a cinema and restaurant complex.Vibrant and stimulating Medway

Salomons Centre salomons centre, tunbridge wells

The Salomons Centre is home to professional and postgraduate study.  Historic Tunbridge Wells

Augustine House                                        augustine house

Our flagship library and student services building at the heart of Canterbury’s city centre.  Award-winning library

St George's Centre St George’s centre

Our brand new student accommodation puts our students within easy reach of the campus, high-street and transport links. Find out more

St Gregory's                                                                                         Arts and culture venues

Arts and Culture events take place in a number of different venues across our campuses.See our venues

Sport Centre Christ church sports centre

The centre features a fully equipped sports hall, fitness suite and sport and exercise studio. Visit the Sports Centre web pages

Food and drink outlets

Check the opening and closing times of our catering outlets across our campuses.Catering facilities on campus


As one of our international students, you’ll join a diverse community drawn from over 80 countries. Discover the range of opportunities on offer to international students who join our friendly and welcoming community.

Our programmes

You have a variety of study opportunities to choose from, including undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and specific international programmes.

Undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

Courses particularly popular with our international students include; Business, Education, Music, Film, Radio and Television, Digital Media and English Language.

When choosing your course, please remember that students from outside the EU (on a Tier 4 student visa) can only study on programmes classified as full-time.

International programmes

We offer a number of courses specifically designed for international students:

Our teaching methods

  • Small class sizes: plenty of individual attention
  • Interactive teaching: opportunities to develop your critical skills
  • Group work and presentations: offering well developed skills relevant to a broad range of professions
  • Virtual learning environments: allowing the flexibility to prepare for each lecture