Before you arrive

Your time at University should be enjoyable and rewarding, and Canterbury Christ Church University aims to provide you with the information and support that will enable you to get the best out of your University experience. 



Registration is the process that all students must go through to become a Canterbury Christ Church University student, enabling you to successfully begin your studies.

What registration involves

Organising Your Finances

Your time at University should be enjoyable and rewarding, and it is important that this is not affected by unnecessary financial worries. With this in mind we recommend that you plan your budget before you arrive.

Advice on planning your finances

applying for accommodation

All first year students are guaranteed a place in university managed accommodation, find out what some of the benefits are and how to apply.

More information about accommodation


REGISTERING for disability support

Let us know as early as possible if you think you may have a disability or condition that could impact on your studies, we are here to help put things in place to support you and your studies.

Register with student support services


.All students on Education or Health and Social Care courses need Occupational Health clearance to ensure they are fit to practice.

Read more about occupational health

Finding Work

The University provides services and support to help you find work while studying at CCCU.

Help with finding work

Planning Your TRavel

Many Christ Church students commute from home. Before you start it is a good idea to plan your routes and check out the travel discounts available to you. 

More information on travel and parking

Looking After Your HEalth

If you haven’t had your Meningitis vaccine, we recommend that you get in touch with your GP. If you are moving away form home we suggest you start searching for a local GP. 

More information on vaccinations


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Last edited: 07/08/2018 08:58:00