These pages contain detailed information to support students with our response to the Coronavirus outbreak, including what this will mean for studying at Kent or staying on one of our campuses.
We will continue to monitor updates and provide as much advice, care and support as we can throughout.
If these webpages do not answer your question you can contact email@example.com.
Latest student covid updates
Regular Covid-19 testing
As long as you are symptom-free, please get tested regularly - you should be tested twice a week if you are living or working on campus or just visiting for essential use of the Library or other facilities.
National lockdown - Jan 2021
Following the government announcement that we are in a third national lockdown, universities have been asked to pause face-to-face teaching during this time apart from to those on medicine, pharmacy or social work courses.
As a result, all our teaching will be delivered online until the end of February unless you are studying on one of the above courses. The start of term remains 18 January 2021.
You should follow Government guidance and not move between your home and term-time addresses. Unless you are already living on campus, please do not come onto campus until you hear from the University that it is possible to do so. We will continue to support you and your studies no matter where you are.
Rent reduction scheme
In light of the new restrictions, we are also introducing a rent reduction scheme for all students with contracts for accommodation on the Canterbury campus who are unable to return due to the current Government lockdown restrictions.
See what measures we have put in place and what you can do to help keep you and our community safe both on and off campus.
See how teaching is being delivered, support available and information for postgraduate students.
Find out where you can get support during these uncertain times, including mental health and financial support.
Check out our advice for living on and off campus, how to get involved in activities and your transport options.
If you have to self-isolate, because you have Covid-19 symptoms, have tested positive for Covid-19 or have been in contact with someone who has, this guide is for you.
Read our information on international travel, visas and study abroad.