What's on

The view of the city of Canterbury from the labyrinth behind Eliot College. Seated students admire the view.
Francesca Simon, author of the Horrid Henry series, with Horrid Henry peeking from the bottom left corner of the photo.

In Conversation series

Informal interviews with public figures. Book tickets for a special family edition featuing Francesca Simon, author of the Horrid Henry series.

Read more about In Conversation series

The logo for Black History Month, presented by Kent Union, ACS and Student Success.

Black History Month

The theme of Kent’s Black History Month celebrations is ‘Young, Black and Educated: the experience of black youth of the past, present and future’.

Read more about Black History Month

Three spooky pumpkins carved for Halloween

Medway: Pumpkin carving

Feeling creative? Carve and take home your own pumpkin just in time for trick or treaters!

Read more about Medway: Pumpkin carving

Four University of Kent students playing basketball in the main sports hall. The referee looks on.

Let's Play: Basketball

Let’s Play provides students, regardless of ability or age, with the opportunity to enjoy a sport or activity.

Read more about Let's Play: Basketball

Promotional photograph of the give members of Breabach, holding their respective instruments and all looking to their left.


Nominated for 'Best Group' at this year's BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Scottish contemporary-folk group Breabach are live at the Gulbenkian.

Read more about Breabach

Social Quote from twitter

Missed any of the In Conversation events? You can watch them again on our YouTube playlist: http://ow.ly/frsn309sSMw #GavinAsks



Gulbenkian logo

Visit our modern arts venue with theatre, cinema, comedy stage, cafe/bar and gallery.

Don't miss: Leviathan


Theatre and dance




Live screening

Leviathan promotional atwork depicting a dancer.

Free visitor parking after 5pm and at weekends.

How to find us, plus parking information.

Free shuttle bus for students and staff between our campuses.

Alumni events and reunions in the UK and around the world.

Kent Union sports team

Sport and fitness

We are committed to a 'sport for all' philosophy at Kent and encourage you to be more active, get fit and have fun.

Drama class dancers

Arts and culture

Our thriving arts programme includes our own cinema, live performance spaces and Gulbenkian arts centre.

Brass section performing live

Musical community

Music is a big part of the Kent experience. We have fantastic facilities on-campus and a vibrant local music scene.

Kent Union students

Clubs and societies

Student societies give you the chance to meet like-minded people, share your interests and make lifelong friends.