The University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ, T +44 (0)1227 764000
Below you can find information about our three partner colleges.You can also view information for new students on our Getting Started website.
The College offers Higher National Diplomas and degree programmes in partnership with the University of Kent.
Canterbury College is just five minutes from Canterbury city centre and has recently undergone a state-of-the-art £50 million campus redevelopment. There is a wide range of purpose-built facilities on site, including the Carey Learning Resources Centre, graphics and art studios, engineering laboratories and an animal centre.
There is an award-winning Students’ Union, which organises sporting fixtures, gigs, trips and outward-bound activities. Students at the College are a vibrant mix of young and more mature students.
Courses on offer
For programmes offered by Canterbury College, please see our undergraduate prospectus.back to top
Resources and support
MidKent College has an impressive array of learning resources, social facilities and dedicated support services available on demand, which help to ensure that you get the most from your learning experience. The College is a dynamic and dedicated education provider, offering effective teaching in a mature and encouraging environment.
MidKent College has around 10,000 students enrolled on courses in Medway and Maidstone, and offers an excellent entry route for students who want to progress to degree courses at the University of Kent. Thanks to the College’s close links with employers and professional bodies, its courses remain firmly in touch with trends in the workplace and provide an appropriate point from which you can launch either into university or your chosen career.
Direct progression links mean that MidKent College students can move on from a two-year HND or foundation degree to the first, second or third year of a related degree programme at the University of Kent. In doing so, you can gain both the academic award of a degree and the vocational experience of an HND or foundation degree.
Courses on offer
For programmes offered by MidKent College, please see our undergraduate prospectus.back to top
Student services include financial guidance, advice on accommodation, counselling, and careers and progression advice. The College also maintains close links with the University, including regular visits from Student Union representatives. The University validates the courses listed below.
In April 2010, South Kent College and West Kent College merged to become K College. With campuses in Ashford, Dover, Folkestone, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells, K College offers a wider range of courses than ever before, from entry level to university degrees. The College has offered HE in Kent for over 20 years and currently has around 800 students studying on Higher Education courses. While benefiting from the strength and opportunities of a large College, each campus has its own individuality and sense of community.
Higher Education courses are offered at two of our five campuses – Ashford and Tonbridge. However, you’ll have access to all the facilities across the five campuses. For example, if you are a student at the Ashford campus, you can go to the gym at Folkestone or to the Learning Centre at Tonbridge.
Courses on offer
For programmes offered by K College, please see our undergraduate prospectus.