Kent is pleased to welcome students from over 140 countries and it offers inspiring teaching, world-leading research, stunning study locations and a superb student experience.
Awarded Gold, the highest rating, in the UK Government's Teaching Excellence Framework*, Kent has a global reputation for excellence -ranked in the top 10% of the world's universities for international outlook in the Times Higher Education (THE) 2020 – and is a great choice for students keen to advance their career.
Kent offers a wide range of globally recognised foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and student can access exciting study abroad and year in industry opportunities. A generous scholarship fund includes awards for academic, musical and sporting excellence as well as dedicated £8,000 scholarships for international students.
Kent is committed to helping you gain an advantage when the time comes to embark on a career. The University has a range of employment initiatives including internship opportunities, a careers and employability advisory service, Language Express and JobShop. And these initiatives work: more than 95% of Kent undergraduate students who graduated in 2017 and responded to a national survey, were in work or further study within six months (DLHE).
The UK's European university, Kent has safe and beautiful UK campuses close to London, and specialist postgraduate centres in Paris, Brussels, Athens and Rome. Students can soak up the international atmosphere by taking part in Worldfest, Europe Day, Holi, Thanksgiving and Chinese New Year celebrations, or set up their own events.
With world-renowned alumni such as acclaimed novelist Kazuo Ishiguro, the 2017 Nobel Prize for Literature winner who studied BA English and Philosophy at Kent, students will be inspired to pursue and achieve their ambitions.
Having won the Outstanding Support for Students award for two consecutive years at the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards for its Student Success Project, Kent is delighted to be recognised as a brilliant UK university that helps students live, work and study to their full potential.
*The University of Kent's Statement of Findings can be found in the website.