Medway Open Days

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Smiling student takes a selfie while holding a We are Kent placard

Medway Open Day

Saturday 12 October 2019

 

Join us at an Open Day

Choosing a university is a big decision. Come to the campus and take a look around to find out why Kent is right for you. Our October Open Days give you the perfect chance to explore a campus and region that could be your home for a number of years.

Saturday 12 October - book your place

What you can do at an Open Day

  • Talk to current students and staff
  • Find out about your course at academic talks
  • Explore the Student Hub and Drill Hall Library
  • Wander down to Chatham Dockyard
  • Redeem your free hot or cold drink voucher at one of our outlets
  • Have a look around the Liberty Quays accommodation
  • See all the facilities including any specialist equipment and spaces

Want to know a little more? Open Day FAQ for more details and to plan what you'd like to do. This could just be the start of your journey...

Plan your day

If you book before Monday 7 October we'll post you a copy of the programme so you can see what's on and what you'd like to do. We recommend seeing what academic talks you'd like to attend, and then planning your day around these. Make time to visit the accommodation - you'll want to look round where you may be living in your first year!

All academic schools and our professional service departments will have a stand in the Pilkington Building, so you'll have time to pick up additional information and speak to staff throughout the day.

How to get here

The Medway campus has excellent transport links and is easy to get to from London. Take a look at our Maps and Directions page and make sure you have a look at the Open Day FAQs.

Looking for the Canterbury Open Day? Go to our Canterbury page.

Interior image of the new Student Hub which opened in January 2017

 

Photography at Open Days

The open day is a public event and an official photographer/videographer will be taking photographs and video for use by the University of Kent for its marketing and publicity activities. These will be used in our publications, on our website and in social media or in any third party publication. Please contact a member of staff on the day if you wish to be exempted from this activity. For more information on how the University of Kent uses data, please see our Privacy Notice.