Kent and Medway Medical School

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Wednesday 13 May 2020 open day

Timings

Starts at: 12:00
Finishes at: 14:00

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Overview

Kent and Medway Medical School (KMMS) is a new medical school that will educate and inspire the next generation of Doctors. With excellence at the heart of everything it does, KMMS has a passion for innovation, collaboration and people-centred medicine.

KMMS is an exciting collaboration between Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Kent, which builds on each institution’s existing high-quality clinical teaching and research strengths.

From September 2020, KMMS will educate aspiring doctors to deliver 21st-century medicine. We want to attract talented students from all backgrounds within the local community and beyond, and offer opportunities to help transform the future of healthcare.

Successful graduates will receive a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (BM BS)* degree which will be jointly awarded by both Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Kent.

KMMS is working in partnership with the highly regarded and well-established Brighton and Sussex Medical School for support and quality assurance purposes.

*Subject to successful progress through the General Medical Council’s quality assurance programme.

Students Union
As a KMMS student you’ll automatically become a member of the Students’ Union at both Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Kent. You’ll be able to access support and join clubs and societies at both unions.

You’ll also be represented through the Course Representative system, so you can be sure that your concerns are listened to and you’ll have the same opportunities as students at either university to shape your educational experience.

City Life
Canterbury is a cosmopolitan and bustling city in an historic UNESCO world heritage site. There is a thriving cultural scene with access to theatres, art galleries and a host of venues to hear live music.

Canterbury has lots of entertainment options, including pubs, bars and clubs befitting of a student city, and options to suit a student budget, too.

In addition, you will only be a short bus ride from the Kent coastline, with its attractive beaches, and an hour from London.

Clubs and Societies
As a member of the Student's Union at both campuses you’ll be able to join a wide array of clubs and societies, covering academic subjects, religions and cultural groups and a diverse range of hobbies. Plus, if there isn’t a society already representing your interests, you’ll be able to start your own!

Student Support
KMMS offers a supportive, nurturing environment for its students. Your Personal Academic Tutors will be your first port of call when it comes to your academic process, but will also look out for your welfare.

All first-year medical students will be assigned a buddy, who will help you settle, and you’ll have the opportunity to become a buddy too, when you reach your second year.

The Student Support team provides a drop-in service where you can get help with clinical placements, exams and other issues.



Contact Information

Department
Recruitment and Admissions Office 
Address
Kent and Medway Medical School
Augustine House
Canterbury
CT2 7NZ 
Telephone
01227 768896 
E-Mail
futuredoctors@kmms.ac.uk 
Home Page
www.kmms.ac.uk/kent-and-medway-medical-school.aspx 
Open Day Page
www.kmms.ac.uk/study/visit-kmms.aspx 
Travel Page
www.kmms.ac.uk/study/living-here.aspx 

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