- 85Acceptance Rate
- 93Employment Rate
As well as being Kent's largest centre of higher education for the public services – notably teacher training, health and social care and the emergency services – the university also offers academic and professional programmes, including doctorates and research degrees in the arts, humanities and social and applied sciences. The university is also developing its portfolio of STEM courses, including engineering and medicine. The university is working with industry and businesses in the south-east to develop its STEM courses and is working in partnership with the University of Kent on the development of the medical school. Canterbury Christ Church University is a member of the Cathedrals Group (officially the Council of Church Universities and Colleges or CCUC).
Non-UK qualifications equivalent to Level 3 study in the UK, GCSEs and the others are accepted by the University:
- a minimum of two A Levels or
- a BTEC National Diploma or
- a combination of BTEC and A Level qualifications equivalent to two A Levels, such as a BTEC subsidiary certificate and one A Level or
- an Access to Higher Education Diploma or
- an International or Welsh Baccalaureate or
- a Higher National Diploma/Higher National Certificate or
- a minimum of two Advanced Highers from Scotland or
- the Irish Leaving Certificate or
- the European Baccalaureate Diploma or
- an equivalent overseas qualification.