Terms and Conditions
Please read the Kent and Medway Medical School Terms and Conditions and Regulations for Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery documents below carefully.
These terms and conditions and regulations will continue to apply for the entire period you are a student at KMMS so it is important you understand them.
Kent and Medway Medical School Terms and Conditions Document (PDF)
Kent and Medway Medical School Regulations for Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (PDF)
KMMS Policies and Procedures
Please note that admissions for KMMS are being run through the University of Kent. Therefore KMMS students will, where appropriate, follow Kent policies as well as specific KMMS policies as linked to within the documents above and below.
Academic Misconduct Procedures
Attendance and Engagement Policy
Intermission of Study Application Form
Interruption of Studies/Intermission Procedure (this will be updated in Sept 2022)
Low-Level Concerns, Fitness to Study and Fitness to Practise Procedures
Mitigation of Extenuating Circumstances Procedures
Non-Academic Discipline Procedures
Raising and Escalating Complaints/Concerns within Practice Environments – Policy
Raising and Escalating Complaints/Concerns within Practice Environments – Guidance
Reasonable Adjustments Procedure
Strategy for Countering Bullying, Undermining and Harassment
Student Complaints Procedures (this will be updated in Sept 2022)
Student Travel Reimbursement and Accommodation Policy 2022/23
Student Protection Plan
Every Higher Education provider is required by the Office for Students (OfS) to have a Student Protection Plan in place. The Student Protection Plan sets out what students can expect to happen to address any risks related to the continuation or completion of their studies, how these would be managed and communicated to students.
As KMMS is a collaboration between Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Kent, the Student Protection Plans for both Universities apply to our students. In the event of any significant change, this would involve:
- The Universities working together to manage the continuity of delivery of the programme and minimise disruption to students
- Transferring students to Brighton and Sussex Medical School to complete their studies, in the event of closure of the School or programme before GMC accreditation is achieved in 2025.
For more detail you can access the full Student Protection Plans via the Canterbury Christ Church and University of Kent websites.