Kent’s School of Computing is home to world-class research and teaching. We are a welcoming and inclusive community, supporting our students to achieve their goals. Our excellent links with industry ensure that you develop the skills you need to be successful in your career.

Explore the School of Computing

Visit us

We're really excited to welcome you to Canterbury! There are a number of ways that you can visit our stunning campus, from Open Days and Applicant Days, to campus tours and self-guided tours.  

2023 Open Days

Choosing a university is a big decision. Our Open Days are an opportunity for you to chat to our academic staff, take a tour of the campus and find out more about our degrees. You can choose to meet us on campus or at a virtual event.   

Save the date!

  • Thursday 12 January 2023 (Virtual)
  • Saturday 22 April 2023
  • Saturday 1 July 2023

2023 Applicant Days

Our Applicant Events for 2023 will be available to book soon.  

  • Wednesday 22 February 2023
  • Saturday 4 March 2023
  • Saturday 18 March 2023
  • Wednesday 5 April 2023
  • Wednesday 10 May 2023 (Virtual)

Virtual Tours

If you are not able to explore our campus and facilities in person, you can still take our virtual Canterbury Campus walkthrough, and explore via a virtual tour.

International events

We are also running a series of virtual events for International applicants.

Why choose Kent?

The short video below will give you an insight into what it is like to be a student in the School of Computing. Our student stories blog is another great place to find out what it is like to be a Kent student.

Student, long dark hair, red sweatshirt, smiling to camera

Find out what our students think about studying at the School of Computing

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Have you chosen a year in industry?

All of our degrees can be studied with or without an industrial placement after your second year. From local councils to tech companies, our students are supported to find the placement that is right for them.

Student, grey sweatshirt, face to camera

Hear from students who chose to work as part of their degree.

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Student Support

In addition to Kent's Student Support and Wellbeing Service, you can access a range of support in the School of Computing.

Student Support Team

The Student Support Team provides advice and support on any pastoral or academic issues, and can also help you access other forms of support available at Kent. You can visit them at their offices in Cornwallis South.

You can contact them before you arrive at Kent at

Your Academic Adviser

Each student at Kent is assigned an Academic Adviser. Your Academic Adviser stays the same throughout your undergraduate studies, and can provide personalised 1:1 academic advice and guidance throughout your studies. They may or may not teach you directly but will have specialist knowledge of your programme of study. Your Academic Adviser will also contact you to arrange meetings with you. During the meetings you’ll cover important topics such as how you are managing university life, details relating to your course, your module choices and to how best support you going forward.

Academic Advisers can also signpost you to the wide variety of student support services aimed at improving your academic performance or more specialist support services for welfare advice.

Employability and Placements Team

The Employability and Placements Team can guide you through all the work-based opportunities available to you as a student, including skills workshops and inspirational speakers. They also provide advice and support on your Year in Industry, including CV workshops, mock interviews, help finding a placement, and application guidance. We also visit you during your placement year to see how you're getting on!

Student Success and Attainment Team

This team covers a broad spectrum of different activities including looking after our student reps and societies, planning student events, answering general student enquiries, collecting student feedback (for example via our student voice forums) and planning activities to help you to make connections and to promote equality, diversity and inclusivity.

Keep in touch

Contact us via emailFacebookTwitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

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