The University of Kent, the UK’s European University, is one of the country’s leading universities. Established in 1965, it now has 20,000 students studying at its various campuses including Canterbury, Medway and Tonbridge in the picturesque south-east of England and continental-European sites in Brussels, Paris, Athens and Rome.
The University is a major educational, economic and cultural force throughout its region and has well-established external networks and partnerships with universities in Europe and around the world, providing students with opportunities to study and work abroad.
Much of the University’s research is ranked as world leading in terms of originality, significance and rigour, with Kent placed 24th out of 118 participating institutions in the government’s 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE). As a highly regarded UK university, Kent provides a dynamic and challenging academic environment and has an excellent international reputation for collaborative research with universities around the world.
Kent has a stimulating and rewarding academic community for postgraduate study and research with a dedicated Graduate School and study facilities as well as a comprehensive transferable skills training programmes.
Meet our leading academics to discuss your areas of interest, find out more about our £8.5 million postgraduate scholarship fund and have a look around Woolf College, our postgraduate-only college.
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