The Official Computing Society for the University of Kent, and BCS Student Chapter. Our aims are to network students with professionals in the computing industry, and to provide access to valuable knowledge and resources to help students develop skills outside of their course.

Join the Society with a unique programme of monthly activities or for a lighter option, become a Supporter of Kent Computing Society or even become a Committee Member.



Working for Kent Computing Society provides opportunities to learn new skills, meet people with similar interests and support the arts within the local community.


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Latest news

HackKent'18 Hackathon

17 May 2018

On May 16, Westminster Abbey opened its doors for a very special service, marking five decades of The Arts Society and ‘to rejoice in all that contributes beauty to people’s lives’ as The Very Reverend Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster put it in the opening bidding. A 2000-strong congregation enjoyed lessons, readings and performances from leading lights of The Arts Society - not to mention some very special guests. ‘Come ye Sons and daughters of Art, come away’, bade elfin-voiced Cerys Matthews, reading from her adaption of Nahum Tate’s poem, while an exuberant...

Rebranding of the Society

17 May 2018

As we move into the 2018 academic year, we are currently changing the way we look. So stay tuned for major changes.

Local Hack Day 2017

17 May 2018

Over 275 communities around the world joined us hosting a 12 hour hackathons where developers, designers, and makers will join forces to bring their crazy ideas to life.

Society Re-launch Meal

15 May 2018

We are delighted with the turn out, 80+ people turned up for our first get together. We hope to make this an annual thing.

Got a project your working on?

We know its hard to work on a project and then reach the stage where you dont know where to go from there. We are here to support any projects your working on and give advice on anything from the business side to even getting off the ground. Let us know if you need anything.



We have a full committee for 2018/19 so we will be going full steam ahead, We many plans for the upcomming year so stay tuned to find out more. The committee is made up of Tom Haywood, Jamie Ghoorbin, Henry Brown and Callum Stewart.