Specialist facilities

The Medway campus houses outstanding facilities for all our students. Through our connections with industry, we ensure our resources are current, helping to ensure your smooth progression to the professional world.

Industry-standard sports facilities

School of Sport and Exercise Sciences
School of Sport and Exercise Sciences

Based on the Pembroke site, Kent’s School of Sport and Exercise Sciences is a dynamic and successful school. Inspirational lecturers, cutting-edge research and world-class facilities create a stimulating environment for our students.

Our industry-standard facilities include sport and exercise science laboratories, teaching and student clinics, and a rehabilitation gymnasium. At nearby Medway Park, further facilities include a teaching clinic, rehabilitation gymnasium and seminar room.

Music studios

The Centre for Music and Audio Technology's location on Kent's Historic Dockyard site provides a dramatic and inspiring backdrop for your studies. Our degree programmes cover performance, audio technologies and the production and business sides of the music industry, giving you the skills to build a career with music at its centre. Our facilities include:

  • a flagship recording studio
  • a spatial audio studio
  • a Foley studio
  • an ensemble rehearsal space
  • practice rooms
  • an Avid High Definition post-production studio.
Neve mixing desk at the Centre for Music and Audio Technology, University of Kent
Neve mixing desk in the Centre for Music and Audio Technology

Quote Ryan Samuel Bentley

Greg Hummell

Being surrounded by creatives, musicians and technicians was one of the reasons I enjoyed the course so much - it gave me the opportunity to work with like-minded people in a mutually beneficial environment.

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Unique learning environment

A top 20 UK business school, Kent Business School's Medway home on The Historic Dockyard Chatham is unique. Reflecting the innovative nature of our School, we have created a 21st-century learning environment in an historic eighteenth-century building. Studying in this remarkable space, students see for themselves how investment can transform areas.

Access to first-class resources and the opportunity to spend a year on placement leads to great success for our graduates; we were ranked 10th for graduate prospects in business and management in The Guardian University Guide 2018.

State-of-the-art newsroom

Centre for Journalism at Kent
Newsroom culture

Based on the Pembroke site, the Centre for Journalism provides industry-standard equipment in a state-of-the-art newsroom and teaches you to think as a journalist from day one. You learn sound and video editing, and print and digital content production, working with the same software used in professional newsrooms. No surprise then that our graduates are among the most successful in the UK at finding work.

Our courses are accredited by the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ).