• Chancellor The Archbishop of Canterbury ex officio[1]
  • Colours Cardinal Red and Purple
  • Established 2005 - gained University Status
  • Location Canterbury, Broadstairs, Tunbridge Wells, Chatham and Folkestone, Kent, UK
  • Motto Veritas liberabit vos
  • Postgraduates 4,405[2]
  • Students 65 FE[2]
  • Students 17,980[2]
  • Undergraduates 13,570[2]
  • Vice Chancellor Professor Robin Baker CMG FRSA
Canterbury Christ Church University is a university in Canterbury, Kent, England. Founded as a Church of England college for teaching training, it has grown to full university status and celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2012. The focus of its work is in the education of people going into public service. The university retains its status as an Anglican foundation. It was ranked #105 out of 120 universities in the UK by the The Guardian and #87 out of 116 universities by The Independent for the 2013 league tables.
Accounting and Finance
Advertising Management
American Studies
Animal Science
Applied Biology (HNC at Thanet College)
Applied Criminology
Applied Health and Fitness Fine and Applied Arts
The university has five campuses across Kent, located in Canterbury, Medway, Broadstairs, Tunbridge Wells and Folkestone.
In addition to the original Canterbury site at North Holmes Road the University has three other significant sites in the city - Augustine House, Hall Place Enterprise Centre and The Sidney Cooper Gallery. It also has a further four campuses in Kent - at Broadstairs, Tunbridge Wells, Folkestone and Medway, (as part of the Universities at Medway partnership).