We're constantly investing in the latest facilities to make sure our students and staff work in a stimulating environment that supports research.
As part of our long terms plans to invest £150 million in our Canterbury Campus two new buildings were recently completed. The Daphne Oram creative arts building contains the latest digital facilities to support creativity and research in this vital area for the UK economy. The Verena Holmes Building is a multi-million-pound facility for Science, Technology, Health, Engineering and Medicine that will become a focal point for innovation and research.
Our new Science, Technology, Health, Engineering and Medicine facility, the Verena Holmes Building, encourages exciting innovative approaches to teaching, learning and research.
Sports Lab supports our students' practical learning as well as pioneering research programmes.
Our engineering facilities will allow you to unlock your potential and build technical expertise within an environment that encourages collaborative working.
The Verena Holmes building has four extensive computing labs, and a makerspace area that encourages collaborative working.
The Daphne Oram creative arts building opened in 2019 and offers a range of creative spaces plus access to music studio equipment, darkrooms and design studios.
These excellent facilities give students and researchers access to industry approved equipment so they can produce work of the highest quality.
Our award-winning city library Augustine House is home to vast range of learning resources and it's also where you can find our helpful student support teams.
The simulation suite at our Canterbury campus is a fully-equipped realistic simulated hospital environment.
The Verena Holmes building holds a number of forensic facilities and spaces, designed to simulate real-life forensic working environments.
The Anatomy Learning Centre (ALC) is a highly specialised anatomy laboratory and is licensed under The Human Tissue Act 2004 and regulated by the Human Tissue Authority.
The stem cell research and advanced bio-engineering laboratory on our Medway Campus specialises in regenerative medicine and musculoskeletal tissue engineering.