We welcome students from across the EU and international students who are already residing in the UK.
Students regularly tell us that the high quality of teaching and our lecturers’ subject knowledge are the main strengths of Canterbury College. They also enjoy the friendly and supportive atmosphere we offer.
UK qualifications are internationally recognised, giving you an excellent chance of having a successful career.
We have hundreds of courses for you to choose from and you will be studying in a friendly, supportive, adult environment where you can gain confidence, develop your interests and find your future.
Our Further Education courses will prepare you for university or employment. These are normally one specialist subject studied alongside maths and English.
These are advanced qualifications that can go up to degree-level, either Higher National Diplomas (HNDs) or a full a degree. HNDs can be topped-up to become a degree through further studies.
How much you pay in course fees will depend on whether you are a Home Student or an International Student.
Home Student: you will have been permanently resident in the UK, EU or EEA for at least 3 years prior to the start of your course and have recourse to public funds.
International Student: you will have been permanently resident in the UK, EU or EEA for less than 3 years prior to the start of your course and have no recourse to public funds.
If you do not know whether you are a Home Student or an International Student we can help clarify this.
The amount you will pay as an international student in course fees depends on the level of your course.
For more information, see the UK Council for International Students Affairs’ explanation of course fees for students coming to study in the UK.