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Canterbury Christ Church University supports a wide range of MA and MSc courses, as well as postgraduate diplomas, certificates and sector-specific qualifications.
Full information on the assessment and admission requirements for specific courses is available online via the CCCU website, as well as detailed information about the teaching and department structures within the university.
CCCU is a progressive and research-driven institution and has approximately 220 full-time and part-time research students enrolled across a variety of subject areas. Most of these students live and work at the main Canterbury campus.
There are four research degree classifications available:
Master’s by Research
Up to 90% of the research conducted at CCCU has been rated as world-leading by the 2014 REF assessment.
Research students are supported by the CCCU Graduate College, which is the centralised hub for all research-related activity at the university. The College supports students by providing direct access to personal and academic support.
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