Located in Kent’s historic city of Canterbury, Canterbury Christ Church University houses over 15,000 students. The university prides itself in having a vibrant community of international students from over 80 countries, at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level.
One of medieval Europe’s most prominent cities, modern day Canterbury boasts of being a vibrantly multicultural site of academic learning.
One of the Top 10 UK universities for Graduates in Work, the Canterbury
Christ Church University was recognized as an internationally recognized institute for research by the
Research Excellence Framework (REF) in 2014.
The history of the university goes back to 1960 where it started as a Teacher Training College and was awarded the power to grant degrees in 1995.
Integration of excellent teaching, research, and knowledge exchange have been instrumental in shaping young minds who are willing and able to tackle national and global social issues.
Research and Enterprise forms the core identity of Canterbury Christ Church University. It is committed to providing a distinctive student experience through continuous innovation, research, and teaching excellence. The university’s quality of imparting academic training surpasses the national quality requirements and is awarded the prestigious silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework.
70 undergraduate courses
and 40 graduate
globally recognized courses and professional skill development trainings through a team of excellent faculty members and state of the art facilities.
Canterbury Christ Church University has been instrumental in helping the regional economy flourish
through investments and creation of employment opportunities.
It is strongly committed in its support to a diverse range of community engagement activities and actively sponsors major collaborative events with local enterprises every year.
The seven core values of the university include – Connected, Dynamic, Collaborative, Inspiring, Valued, Creative and Sustainable.