We pride ourselves on being a part of Kent’s vibrant international art scene, with established community links which enable grants, paid apprenticeships and internships, involvement with events such as the Folkestone Triennial, and the availability of studio spaces for art and design students and graduates in the area.
Our Canterbury campus is a short walk from the city centre and has a range of purpose-built studios, workshops and lecture theatres. With on-campus accommodation, a café, a newly refurbished bar and a range of art facilities including a specialist library, an art shop and the Herbert Read art gallery, the campus is a relaxed and creative environment to study in.
Canterbury high street
Sun Street, Canterbury
Canterbury canal gardens
Our campus and accommodation buildings provide an inclusive, secure and comfortable environment to live, work and play in.
Physical access is straightforward with automatic entrance doors, ramps and lifts. You’ll find disabled toilet facilities in all our buildings and lecture theatres are fitted with induction loops.