Canterbury Christ Church University is an Anglican new university in Canterbury, Kent, England. Founded as a Church of England college for teacher training in 1962, it was granted university status in 2005.
Inspired by the Church of England foundation, Canterbury University are strongly committed to transforming individuals, creating knowledge, enriching communities and building a sustainable future.
The University believe that a curriculum informed by research contributes to the needs of society and enhances the student experience. The wide variety of the courses available is notable and the University aims to build on that success across the board while ensuring commitment to social and environmental sustainability is embedded throughout the teaching and research.
Engineer your future
Engineering is heading in a new direction and it needs creative thinkers and innovators.
As an engineer, you can bring your ideas to life and help work on some of the World’s biggest challenges. From developing cutting edge medical scanners and lifesaving drugs to finding sustainable solutions to energy supply issues and designing new technology.
Canterbury Christ Church offers engineering degrees for creative thinkers and innovators with different experience and abilities.
There are a range of degree courses available to undergraduates, giving students the opportunity to specialise in a certain engineering discipline.
BEng with Foundation Year
This four-year course starts with the Foundation Year, which helps students build their engineering skills and knowledge while preparing themselves for a particular engineering degree.
At the end of the Foundation Year, students will continue with their selected BEng (Bachelor of Engineering) course and be on track to become an Incorporated Engineer (IEng).
The three-year Bachelor of Engineering courses will unlock the individuals full potential as a creative problem solver. The learning and teaching takes a hands-on approach for typically 50% of the course, so students can become work engineers by the time they graduate.
On completion of the BEng (Bachelor of Engineering), students will be on track to become Incorporated Engineers (IEng).
The four-year Master of Engineering courses will advance students engineering talents further and develop their leadership and management skills.
On completion of the MEng (Master of Engineering), students will be on track to become a Chartered Engineer (CEng).
Biomedical Engineering with Foundation Year, BEng
Chemical Engineering, MEng/BEng
Chemical Engineering with Foundation Year, BEng
Mechanical Engineering with Foundation Year, BEng
Product Design with Foundation Year, BEng
Software Engineering, BEng
Software Engineering with Foundation Year, BEng
For further information visit https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/social-and-applied-sciences/engineering/study-engineering/your-route-into-engineering.aspx#g5mMo4EkYKX0CEVu.99.
Pioneering Approach to Learning – CDIO
Canterbury Christ Church University are one of only a handful of universities in the UK to offer the pioneering CDIO international engineering education model, developed by the world-renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in collaboration with business which takes a problem-based, creative approach to addressing real world issues.
CONCEIVE – look at a problem and think of possible solutions
DESIGN – plan how to create your solutions
IMPLEMENT – bring your solutions to life
OPERATE – see if your solutions work and are fit for purpose.
Engineering and Technology – Kent and Medway Engineering, Design, Growth and Enterprise Hub (KM EDGE)
KM EDGE Hub is an ambitious and far reaching initiative, designed to unlock regional economic growth and employment in engineering, science and technology sectors.
With industry partners Canterbury University have developed a new and exciting model to deliver STEM education, enterprise and research to help expand the region’s inward investment potential.
The EDGE Hub offers the region:
Technical and professional education opportunities in engineering, product design and technology, including degree apprenticeships, undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
A new engineering and technology innovation service that will work with small businesses, larger companies, inventors and entrepreneurs to take innovations from prototype to the market.
Business-focused PhD, masters, undergraduate and commercial research projects to support local companies.
Short courses and continuing professional development opportunities that are business-focused to meet the needs of small and larger companies.