Keynes College

Keynes College opened in 1968. It is named after the leading economist of the early 20th century, John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946).

Architecturally Keynes represents a radical departure from the formal cruciform layout of the first two colleges, with its lighter and more open style.

The College boasts the Keynes pond and ducks, which have become a much-loved and distinctive feature.

Keynes College [map]

Master

Chloé Gallien
Derek Crabtree Room
Room: K M1.14A
Keynes College
Tel: 01227 827453
Email: keynesmastersoffice@kent.ac.uk


Master’s Office and College Support Coordinator

Bethany Chater
Derek Crabtree Room
Room: K M1.14
Keynes College
Tel: 01227 827010
Email: keynesmastersoffice@kent.ac.uk


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