KaMCOP partners > MidKent College

MidKent College has a long and proud tradition of delivering top-quality and flexible higher education courses and professional training. We offer Access courses for those looking to gain those all-important qualifications needed for university, as well as HNCs, HNDs and foundation degrees for those looking to upskill or retrain. We also offer professional accredited courses in Human Resources and Accountancy.

MidKent College
MidKent College

Our higher education qualifications, higher apprenticeships and professional courses are designed with the needs of both student and employer in mind, and have been developed in direct consultation with the industries they serve. We aim to equip you with the skills and knowledge you will need to thrive in an increasingly competitive economy. Employers worldwide will value and respect the qualification that you gain with us.

We pride ourselves on offering you the opportunity to learn in a relaxed, open and encouraging environment that enables you to develop personally and to reach your academic and professional goals.

Students at MidKent College’s University Centre Maidstone (UCM) can now enjoy dedicated facilities which are equipped for higher level skills. These include advanced construction and engineering workshops, a restaurant, a well-equipped learning resource centre and a lecture theatre.

We enjoy a close association with some of the UK’s most highly regarded universities, and we are proud that many of our programmes are validated by the University of Kent, Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Greenwich.



Activities on offer to all:

  • Introduction to HE talks
  • HE Taster days at the UCM campus
  • Open Evenings
  • Campus Tours

Martha Collins

Widening Participation and Progression Officer
01622 625907

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