Case study - Canterbury Christchurch University
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Canterbury Christ Church University is the largest provider of education, training and skills in the South East for public services – notably teacher training, nursing, policing, health and social care – and a significant provider of programmes in a wide range of academic and professional areas.
It is a multi-campus university based in Canterbury, Broadstairs, Medway and Tunbridge Wells, offering over 1,000 academic and professional study programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level, all designed to equip students for their future careers. Courses carry internationally recognised professional body accreditations and provide opportunities for internships and placements.
The Business School, part of the Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences, is committed to developing individuals and organisations through excellence in business and management education, research and consultancy through its Business School and the Department of Leadership and Management Development.
It also runs management training and education programmes in partnership with private and public sector organisations, such as the police, the NHS, fire and rescue and local government.
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