The university of Kent is based at both Canterbury and Medway. I am a music student studying on the Medway campus which is made up of Pembroke campus and the Historic Dockyard at Chatham. My lectures take place on the Dockyard, such a beautiful place to learn. You are constantly surrounded by tourists, students and groups of children on school trips which adds to the atmosphere of the historical history of this Dockyard. The old boathouses, galvanising Shop, fire station and clock Tower have been converted into lecture theatres, seminar rooms, performance spaces and cafes and we are very lucky to have such a lovely place to learn. There is also a lot of filming happening at the dockyard all year round so we see a lot of film crews around and there is usually the chance to earn some extra cash by being an extra! The Pembroke campus has the longest library in Europe and a huge selection of books. The student Hub is a converted swimming pool and the campus is shared between three universities so there is a huge amount of diversity and community feeling within the campus.