MidKent College's super-modern Medway Campus boasts some of the best vocational training facilities in the country. The state-of-the-art site houses a range of top-quality workshops and laboratories as well as a large Learning Resource Centre, refectory and welcoming social zones – all constructed to the highest quality and totally focused on students’ needs.
Whether you have just left school, are thinking about a change in career, or simply want to develop your skills, we are sure you will find studying at the Medway Campus a fun and rewarding experience.
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The modern Learning Resource Centre at MidKent College's Medway Campus contains all the library and study facilities you will need to make the best of your course – including text books, newspapers, magazines and a growing number of online resources. There’s ample space for individual or group study, and you can get online using the IT terminals or your own laptop via WiFi. Students are more than welcome to borrow items and friendly LRC staff are always on hand to help you access the resources you need.
MidKent College's Medway Campus is home to two buzzing Social Zones. Open all day, these chilled-out areas provide students with a spacious and sociable environment in which to listen to music, play video games and watch TV. Social Zone coordinators run a full programme of enrichment activities throughout the year.
The large pavilion between the Central Block and West Wing is home to MidKent College's state-of-the-art performance theatre. This top-quality performance space plays host to a number of different student activities throughout the academic year. With top-of-the-range sound and lighting equipment, we expect all students to benefit from this fantastic space.
Experience our very own fine dining experience at McLeods Restaurant. Alternatively, our well-stocked refectory and bistro serve hot and cold dishes throughout the day with a variety of snacks and drinks also available.
Lower Lines Park
Click here to find out more about the Lower Lines Park - funded by MidKent College.