A first-class base for businesses, the University of Kent offers added-value services to support growth and seamless access to the University's world-leading research expertise.
Our facilities span laboratories, computing and specialist equipment, to seminar rooms, video technology and conference space. We provide quick, safe and easy access to these resources, alongside our Centres, archives and collections, IT and technical support teams.
Meetings and conferences
At the University of Kent campus, we can offer access to a wide range of meetings and conferencing resources including: .
Kent has the ability to host events from a meeting of six to an international residential conference of up to 1800. Our professional conference team is dedicated to ensure that every detail is covered to guarantee your event runs smoothly. For more information, visit the Conference Office.
Creative Events Consultancy
From team-building workshops to events and launches; whether you are in business, heritage, retail, local government or an individual looking for inspiration, we can help you find a creative solution. Visit the Events and Experience Design website for more details.
Information Services provide students, staff and visitors with IT and library services, training and user support. For more information, visit Information Services.
Kent Business School
As the business and management department of the University of Kent, the Business School offers a range of services to corporate organisations. The Business School is also involved in research contracts and extra-curricular talks by industry figures. Kent Business School
The Video Conferencing Service offers real time, fully interactive link-ups between one or multiple sites from Canterbury or Medway campuses. Visit the Information Services website for more information.
Laboratories and equipment
Laboratories and specialist equipment can be accessed via the business development team, along with set up and operation assistance. We offer resources in the following areas:
School of Arts: Music and Audio Arts
The Department for Music and Audio is situated in the new Medway Building of the University of Kent and incorporates purpose designed studios, recording areas, workstations and seminar rooms. It is part of the Faculty of Arts, uses the latest industry-standard hardware and software, where students learn both technical and creative aspects of music production and recording. For full details on the facilities within the department and a full list of equipment, visit the Centre's website.
The Centre for Sports Studies
The Centre for Sport Studies is located within the Medway Building and offers a wide range of facilities and professional services including:
School of Biosciences
The University of Kent has established several state-of-the-art research facilities in the Department of Biosciences. For more information on the available facillities, visit the Biosciences department website.
School of Engineering and Digital Arts
The School of Engineering and Digital Arts has recently had the opportunity to update its research equipment and facilities; much of our equipment and facilities are available for commercial use. Please visit the School of Engineering and Digital Arts for more information.
School of Psychology
The School has a dedicated laboratory building which includes individual labs as well as specialised labs for different types of research. Visit the School of Psychology website for details.
Access archives and collections housed at the University of Kent, including:
The British Cartoon Archive
The British Cartoon archive is a research centre and picture library accessible to outside researchers, authors, teachers, the media and graduate students. For more information, visit the website.
European Documentation Centre
The University of Kent is one of a number of European Documentation Centres set up by the European Commission to provide an information service as part of the European Union system of public information relays. For more information, visit the Templeman Library Website.
Kent Print Collection
The Kent Print Collection was established in the summer of 2005 with the acquisition of fourteen prints by leading figures in the history of printmaking, which are representative of different periods and styles of European art and of the different techniques of printmaking.
The Centre for Professional Practice
The Centre for Professional Practice can deliver training to enable your business to become more competitive by developing high-level skills through academic study and tailor-made training. Visit the CPP website for more information.
The University has its own fully-equipped professional theatre available to hire. For more information, visit the Gulbenkian website.
The University's Sports Centre is located in the heart of the Canterbury campus, and operates a sport-for-all policy to encourage everyone to keep fit and healthy. Students are our first priority, but staff and members of the public are also welcome to use the facilities. Visit the Sports Centre website for more information.