Our Canterbury Campus is located on a UNESCO World Heritage Site that stretches from Canterbury Cathedral, across St Augustine’s Abbey and up to St Martin’s Church.

There is archaeology almost everywhere you dig, and the city is steeped in history. As for literature, Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales is perhaps the most famous example.

All our courses draw on these fascinating cultural, historical and literary riches, enabling you to take your passion for these subjects further.

Browse the courses that we have to offer below, and find out more about the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Education


Facilities to support your studies

It's extra special to study Humanities at a University situated on a UNESCO World Heritage Site, occupying part of the same ground as the original St Augustine's Abbey.
Archaeology student