The courses listed include further education, higher education, apprenticeships and professional qualifications. Study is flexible too, with many full and part-time options to suit you.
Check the level
Each course is given a level and entry criteria, which you can read about here.
While we have entry criteria, we know that sometimes finding the right level isn't straightforward. We're committed to helping all of our students study at the level that's right for them. If you're not sure please apply and we can discuss this with you when we meet you for a course interview.
We may offer a course at both campuses (Medway or Maidstone) or just one. The course title takes you to the details of the qualification, how long the course takes, course content and fees. You'll also find out about your future prospects once qualified.
Other groups of courses
- Access courses: For adults who want to do a higher education degree course, but who lack the formal qualifications required.
- English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) courses: Improve your English language skills and improve your opportunities..
- Foundation Education courses: For people who lack qualifications for mainstream education, or who require further personal and social development, and who may have learning difficulties.
Sometimes it helps to come and see for yourself. You can talk to staff and students while you look around. Check when the next open days are.
English and maths
Employers and universities are looking for maths and English skills above everything else. We'll help to improve your maths and English skills as part of your study programme.
Phone our course enquiries team on 01634 402020 or send them an email if you need more information or to help choose the level that's best for you.