partnerships

Partnerships

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities works closely with a range of partners both locally and internationally, sharing our knowledge and expertise in line with our belief in the power of higher education to transform individuals, communities, society and the economy.

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities works closely with a range of partners both locally and internationally, sharing our knowledge and expertise in line with our belief in the power of higher education to transform individuals, communities, society and the economy.

Following a competitive tendering process, the School of Languages and Applied Linguistics at Canterbury Christ Church University is leading a project to transform English language skills in the HE sector in Bangladesh.

The project started in March 2013 and is funded and managed by the British Council and the University Grants Commission of Bangladesh.

Canterbury Christ Church University works in partnership with Mount Mercy University in Iowa, USA, providing students the opportunity to experience studying abroad. Our American Studies programme has long standing links with several North American institutions. The British Studies programme is specially designed for North American students.

Culture - As a major supporter and provider of arts and culture, we are creating first class partnerships – from London Southbank Sinfonia to proud sponsor and principal partner of the Canterbury Festival. 

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