Medway is a vibrant, fast developing area, with historic landmarks and great connections.
You’ll find excellent transport links make Medway an easy place to access whether by car or train.
London is less than 30 miles away and the channel ports just 40 miles away. You can get to London in just 35 minutes by high speed train.
Medway has fantastic areas to explore, from Rochester Castle to Chatham dockyards.You'll also have the amazing experience of graduating in Rochester Cathedral.
Charles Dickens moved to the area aged 5 and lived near Chatham. The landscape and people inspired many of the settings and characters from his most famous novels.
From Christmas markets to the annual Dickens festival, Medway hosts more than 30 days of free festivals and events each year. You’ll find there’s always plenty to do for people of all ages and interests.
Just five minutes' walk from the Medway Campus you'll find the historic Chatham dockyards.
This area has undergone a great deal of regeneration in recent years and is now home to a range of waterside shops, restaurants, cafes and bars as well as a large Odeon cinema and a gym.
If you fancy some time outdoors as a relaxing break from your studies then the North Kent Marshes are beautiful and easily accessible either on foot or by bicycle. Capstone and Riverside country parks, both RSPB nature reserves, are crisscrossed by walking and cycling trails.
There are also plenty of things going on by the River Medway throughout the year.
Discover more at www.visitmedway.org
There's plenty developments along the river Medway with new bars, restaurants and shops.