These pages contain detailed information to support students with our response to the ongoing coronavirus situation including what this means for studying at Kent or staying on one of our campuses.
Whilst the majority of measures taken to restrict the spread of Covid-19 are now being relaxed according to the latest Government guidance, the virus is still with us and we all have a continued part to play in keeping our community safe, both on and off campus.
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It’s important to have regular Covid-19 tests. We have testing centres onsite and home tests available. At Canterbury you can get a free coffee.
If you develop Covid-19 symptoms you need to isolate immediately, book a symptomatic test and let us know.
Make sure you follow the Government's current social distancing rules and practise 'Hands, Face, Space, Test'.
We've put a range of safety measures in place to help keep you and your friends safe, including one-way walking routes and hand sanitiser stations.
View our mental health services including access to a team of mental health experts as well as a range of wellbeing events.
View and apply for our emergency financial support for students who are in financial difficulty.
If you have to self-isolate because of Covid-19, there is a range of support on offer to you from food packages to support with your studies.
See information and support for international students, including travelling and visa information.
Summary of the easing of lockdown, vaccinations and plans for Autumn 2021.