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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.

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

Neve mixing desk in the Centre for Music and Audio Technology

Ryan Samuel Bentley, dark hair and beard

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.

State-of-the-art newsroom

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)

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Newsroom culture


Exceptional resources

The School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research is home to world experts across the social sciences. Our Social Sciences and Social Work students make use of the excellent resources in the Drill Hall Library and can also order books and journals from the Templeman Library at our Canterbury campus. 

Two social work students being filmed role-playing an interview in one of our consultation rooms

Students taking part in a 'role-play' interview in one of our consultation rooms

If you are studying Social Work, you also take part in role-play sessions with volunteer service users in our purpose-built consultation rooms. These give you experience of how real-life interviews may develop. Your tutor is able to observe you discreetly, giving you feedback and support to help you to acquire the skills and expertise you need as a professional social worker.

Students filming equipment

Excellent resources bring our Event and Experience Design students’ imaginings to life

Laboratory skills for pharmacists

Gaining practical skills in prescribing is essential for students studying pharmacy. At the Medway School of Pharmacy, we have a range of outstanding facilities to ensure you gain the skills you need. Our industry-standard laboratories, training dispensary and mock hospital ward help you to become familiar with working in a professional environment. You also practice procedures such as inserting a drip, taking blood and examining patient responses to medication on SimMan (a patient simulator). 

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Practical experience is an integral part of our Pharmacy course

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