of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2015/16 DLHE survey)
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If you are not a citizen of the UK or an EU/EEA country, and do not possess current permission to live, work or study in the UK, you will need to successfully apply for a visa to travel to Canterbury Christ Church University and begin your studies.
The type of visa you will need depends upon your course. There are two main types of visa for UK study:
View how we assess whether we are able to sponsor your visa application and information about the Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) document.
Find out more about sponsorship of your application and CAS
See an overview of the process of applying for a Tier 4 visa, whether you are applying from outside or inside the UK.
Find out more about applying for a tier 4 visa
Learn about these visas that are available for students who are undertaking short-term courses.
Find out more about short-term study and other visas
Details about the University’s attendance policy, our Tier 4 Agreement and the rules regarding working in the UK on your Tier 4 visa.
Find out more about attendance monitoring, re-sits and permitted work for Tier 4 students
Discover the scheme that enables doctorate students to look for and start work in the UK after their studies.
Find out more about the doctorate extension scheme
International Admissions TeamTel: 01227 922243Email: email@example.com
Immigration Compliance TeamTel: 01227 782297Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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