Canterbury Christ Church College (CCCC) was founded in 1962 by the Church of England in order to meet the needs of church schools at a time of teacher shortage. Classes were originally held in the priory next to St Martin's Church, a building which has seen many uses including the private residence of a Bishop of Dover and also the residence for the principal of CCCC. The founding principal was the Revd Frederic Mason.
As a student you have access to careers advice and support in finding a graduate job, alongside a wide range of volunteering opportunties to enrich your experience and CV while at University.
\We have a list with our our current and recently completed Research and Knowledge Exchange activity which gives a flavour of the diverse research happening across the University’s four faculties.
The Graduate Outcomes Survey is a national survey capturing information about the activities and perspectives of graduates 15 months after they finish their studies. All graduates who completed a course will be asked to take part in the survey, in order to help current and future students gain an insight into career destinations and development.
As a modern University we have a wealth of talented people and specialist facilities available. Our expertise covers a wide range of subject areas and we have a long history of working in partnership with organisations to exchange knowledge. Talk to us about how we can work with your organisation to significantly improve efficiency, effectiveness and profitability.
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.
Our campus libraries provide traditional resources, including academic books and journals, alongside modern research tools including e-books and free access to our digital media archive, Box of Broadcasts.
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.
We offer an extensive programme of sport, fitness and recreational opportunities regardless of your sporting expertise. The University also boasts a modern well-equipped, climate controlled gym.