Studying at Medway Campus

About Medway Campus

Our Medway Campus of Canterbury Christ Church University, based at the Universities at Medway on the Chatham Maritime site, provides a supportive and professional learning, teaching and research environment in the heart of the Medway towns and within easy access of London.

As a leading provider of public service training in Kent, the University’s Medway Campus is a popular choice for people looking to develop a career in the education or health and social care sectors.

Studying at Medway Campus means you will benefit from

First class facilities
Teaching from highly skilled staff, many of whom have worked
in practice
Excellent accommodation close to the campus
A supportive and welcoming learning environment
Our courses are designed to give you the practical and theoretical skills needed to succeed in your career, whether it’s in early years education or one of the many health and social care professions.

The Campus is also home to the University’s Centre for Health and Social Care Research. The Centre carries out applied, practice focused and policy research and works in partnership with NHS and social care commissioning and provider organisations, voluntary and community groups, and industries in Kent, Medway and South East London.

With three towns on the doorstep and London only 42 minutes away by train, Medway Campus is a well connected place in which to live and study.

Watch this video to get a feel for Medway campus and the surrounding area.

Watch this video to see what Brendan says about studying a degree alongside family life.

Watch the video to see what Bella says about finishing college and moving to Medway to study.

Watch the video to see what Sara says about the support from lecturers and working with other students.

 

Medway medical education

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