Canterbury Christ Church University Campus Code
|Address||Canterbury Christ Church University North Holmes Road Canterbury Kent CT1 1QU|
Canterbury Christ Church University is a dynamic and innovative university, supporting all students to gain an outstanding education and enjoy an excellent student experience. 96% of the university’s most recent UK undergraduates and 98% of postgraduates are in employment or study 6 months after completing their studies (includes full-time and part-time). Higher than the national average, 9 out of 10 of employed graduates are also in graduate-level jobs three-and-a-half years after finishing their studies.
- Minimum entry requirements are 2 A levels or their equivalent; applicants will be asked to achieve the necessary UCAS tariff points from these qualifications and any others that attract UCAS tariff points, including BTECs.
- Some university courses have specific grade requirements: this will be made clear when an offer of a place is made. Some courses also require applicants to have studied a specific subject at Level 3 (A level or equivalent).
- Grades declared following modular examinations for AS Levels at the end of Year 12 will assist the university in framing conditional offers, but applicants taking linear assessment who won’t know their grades until Year 13 will not be discriminated against. The university does not intend to use unit grade information.
- The university will not normally make offers for a place on a degree course based on AS qualifications alone (i.e. to those with no A2 levels or equivalent, or only one A2 level qualification or equivalent).