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Helping you find a career in Canterbury

Canterbury is a historic city complete with shopping, eateries and an abundance of evening entertainment. There’s also a healthy selection of outdoor areas to explore including the pretty gardens of Westgate Park, and ancient landmarks. With a strong economy and direct links to London and Kent coastlines, Canterbury offers a balanced lifestyle and a perfect location to settle after university.

Transport links
Canterbury has frequent bus services operating around the city centre and also travelling between Herne Bay, Whitstable and other local villages. A park and ride loop makes driving into the city easy and there are also ample cycle routes throughout.
Trains travel regularly between Canterbury and London, operate locally and also stretch to other areas of interest including Dover and Margate.
Renting Prices
Renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city centre costs an average of £865 per calendar month (pcm), and a one-bedroom out of the city centre costs around £700 pcm. A three-bedroom apartment in the city centre rents for around £1,750 pcm and £1,633 outside of the city centre.
Canterbury has a robust student body injecting the city with a varied scene of music, theatre, nightclubs and bars. There are also the more traditional, cosy pubs and a sufficient range of restaurants.
Notable Attractions
Canterbury city centre is home to the marvellously constructed Canterbury Catherdral. For those with a sophisticated wine palette, Barnsole Vineyard is free to enter and offers guided tours and wine tasting. If you fancy something a little less boozy, Blean Woods National Nature Reserve has 11 square miles of distinctive ancient woodland in the fresh Kent air.
The economy in Canterbury
Canterbury has the strongest economy in East Kent, and boasts a strong tourism trade. The city benefits hugely from various projects including Lakesview International Business Park, Whitefriars retail development and Canterbury Enterprise Hub. Higher education is also a significant pillar to the economy and the new Business Improvement District will potentially energise the city; along with the high-speed rail network, which will bridge Canterbury’s links with London and the continent.

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