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Virtual Site Tour

Enter our 360 tour to explore our facilities and discover videos of our students who share their experience of life as a student with your while you journey around our College.

Available in full screen mode. Navigate using your cursor, change the view by zooming in and out and click department hotspots to view their area.

After exploring our 360 tour, continue your journey through this Virtual Open Day page where you will find a message from the Principal, information on student life and support services and presentations from tutors.


Click the name of pathway below to visit its open day page where you will find tutor presentations, department photos, student videos and links to apply.

You will need an accessible email address in order to complete your application. An email will be sent to this address, so please ensure you know your login details.

Apply for your chosen pathway

  • Visit our website and browse our PATHWAYS
  • Select your chosen pathway area from the list provided
  • Scroll to the bottom of the pathway page and click the APPLY button
  • You will be re-directed to our Enterprise system

Create your new Enterprise account

  • You are a new member, so click SIGN UP to create an account
  • Complete the mandatory fields and click SIGN UP to create your profile
  • An activation email will be sent to your email account. Log in to your email and click the link to verify – remember to check your junk folder
  • You will be re-directed back to Enterprise

Sign in and apply to your chosen pathway

  • Click the SIGN IN button and log in with the details you used to create your Enterprise account
  • Complete the mandatory fields on the application form
  • Go to the bottom of the page and select an interview date and time by clicking on the drop-down arrow
  • Press SUBMIT to send us your application

You will receive two emails – one thanking you for your application, the other confirming your interview date and time. If you do not receive both of these emails, then you have not completed the process correctly. Please log back into your account to submit your application.

If you would like support in completing your application, please contact our admissions department on

Our 2021/22 digital study guide is now available view now. Click the image to view and download your study guide.

If you would like to request a physical copy to be sent to you in the post, contact us on 

A message from our Principal

Thank you for considering joining us at Canterbury College.

Whether you are coming from school or are an adult wanting to retrain, studying at Canterbury College will give you many opportunities for your next step.

Be part of a buzzing campus within walking distance of Canterbury's city centre, where you can build your confidence, learn new skills and prepare for employment or university.

We offer a range of different subjects, and within these there are course pathway options which are tailored to different careers.

Vocational courses

Your course will give you the practical skills and theory needed to start a career in your chosen industry.

If you do not have a grade 4 or above in GCSE English or maths, you will continue to study these at the appropriate level.

Industry placements & social action

You will get the chance to experience some aspects of work-related learning. This might be via a work placement or a community project.

You will take part in our award-winning social action, where you will use the skills you have developed to support your local community.

Enrichment & competitions

From industry placements to trips, visits and community fundraising, your Study Programme will help to support and develop the skills you learn at the College.

We actively encourage our students to take part in competitions throughout the year.

What next?

After completing your course, you can continue your studies and move up tothe next level of qualification in a related subject, or look for employment.

KaMCOP at Canterbury College

Our KaMCOP teams aim is to increase the number of young peple from underrepresented groups who go into higher education, supporting young people to make well-informed decisions about their future education.

They support effective and impactful local collaboration by higher education providers working together with schools, colleges, employers and other partners.

Hear from college alumni about their experiences progressing to university - Luis: Biochemistry & Becks: Engineering

If you are still unsure about what you would like to study or have further questions, you can speak to one of our advisors in the Student Information Centre.

Our Advice and Guidance team provide a range of free, fair and confidential services for students and the public. They are here to help you make choices which are right for you.

Our services include:

  • Course advice and guidance
  • Financial support with travel and other costs
  • Personal advice
  • Careers advice
  • Advice about progression to university
  • Safeguarding
  • Support for children in care and care leavers

Contact the team

During term time we are open:

  • Mon 8.45am–5pm
  • Tue 8.45am–5pm
  • Wed 8.45am–5pm
  • Thu 8.45am–5pm
  • Fri 8.45am–4.30pm

You can contact the team by emailing or calling 01227 811188
For funding enquiries contact: 

As a student at Canterbury College, you will be a member of one of the best students' unions in the country.

The Students' Union

The Canterbury College Students' Union represents your voice and is there to ensure your College experience is great. Every course has a representative who feeds back what you want to people who run the College, and as a student you elect who the representatives are. Find out more about the Students' Union here.

The Students' Union runs its own website, where you can keep up to date with the latest trips, campaigns and news. You can also contact them:

  • By visiting
  • Via email:​
  • Via Facebook: Canterbury College Students Union
  • Via Instagram: @cantcolsu

Student Life

With the College's modern campus close to the centre of Canterbury, enjoying city life between your studies has never been easier. As a student you will be encouraged to take charge of your future, be treated like an adult and study n a professional environment.


We have the widest range of programmes in the area, allowing you to specialise in a subject you enjoy while you prepare for progression to work or university.

Our specialist staff are here to support students who have varying needs including physical, sensory, dyslexia, autism, global learning delay, challenging behaviour and mental health. 

Support available

We have facilities and resources to assist further with complex needs and our dedicated team provide support for:

  • Dyslexia
  • Dyspraxia
  • Autistic spectrum conditions
  • Social behavioural difficulties
  • Physical and mobility difficulties
  • Hearing or sight impairment
  • Medical conditions
  • Learning difficulties
  • Mental health conditions

Support services can include:

  • Focussed transition activities prior to the start of college
  • Experienced and skilled learning support practitioners
  • Development of independence skills
  • Meeting personal care needs
  • Supervision at the beginning and end of the day and at break times
  • Focussed travel training in partnership with parents/carers   
  • Job coaching in the workplace
  • Administration of medication
  • Exam arrangements for individuals

Contact the team:

During term time we are open:

  • Mon 9am–5pm
  • Tue 9am–5pm
  • Wed 9am–5pm
  • Thu 9am–5pm
  • Fri 9am–4.30pm

You can contact the team by emailing or calling 01227 811342.

Would you like to find out more?

If you have further questions, register your enquiry here. An email will be sent to our team and a relevant member of staff will respond as soon as possible.