University of Kent
University of Kent,Canterbury,Kent,CT2 7NZ
Kent is one of the leading universities in the United Kingdom. Awarded Gold, the highest ranking in the UK Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework and with a global reputation for excellence, Shanghai Ranking ranks Kent among the top 500 worldwide universities, they offer you outstanding teaching, world-leading research, safe and welcoming study locations, and a superb student experience. The University offers a wide range of foundations, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, exciting study abroad and year-round industry opportunities, summer schools and a generous scholarship fund, including awards for academic, musical and sporting excellence and our dedicated £ 8,000 scholarships to international students. All of their academic schools are engaged in world-class research. In the most recent Research Excellence Framework, Kent ranked among the top 20 for research intensity in Times Higher Education, outperforming 11 of the 24 elite Russell Group universities. If you do not yet have the required qualifications or level of English, they offer flexible pre-session courses and the International Foundation Program to allow you to advance to your chosen degree. Free lessons of English are also available during your studies.
Kent’s main campus is situated in a parkland area overlooking the historic town of Canterbury in Kent. The University has other campuses in Medway and Tonbridge, Kent, and European Postgraduate Centers in Amsterdam, Athens and Paris. Kent is located close to both London and Europe through the Dover Channel Tunnel.
- Azizan bin Abdul Razak- Malaysian Politician.
- Stuart William Gill- British diplomat High Commissioner to the Republic of Malta.
- Valerie Bloom- Novelist.
- David Lepper- Politician
- Julius Caesar once said, ' Of all the British people, by far the most civilized are those who live in Kent. ' So if you live in, or were raised in, Kent, you may take that as a compliment!
- If you're searching for a locally grown food, hazelnuts could just be the way to go. Kent produces more hazelnuts than any other county in the United Kingdom.