Kent, University of

Kent, University of
Kent, University of
Canterbury and Medway, England
23rd place, according to the Complete University Guide 2017
£13,340 – £15,920 per year
96% of graduates are in employment or further education in the first 6 months after graduation.

The university is located in the historic city of Canterbury and with good transport links to London and continental Europe.

It takes the 5th place based on the student satisfaction according to the National Student Survey 2015. The courses are taught by some of the leading researchers in their field.

With 4 European postgraduate study centres in Brussels, Paris, Athens and Rome, Kent has strong European connections that allow a cultural exchange for study and research.


Photo by Danny P Robinson

Accounting and Finance, Architecture, Art & Design, Business and Management, Computer Science and IT, Drama and Dance, Economics, Health Professions, Hospitality and Tourism, Journalism, Law, Linguistics, Mathematics, Marketing & Communication, Music, Natural Science, Politics and International Relations, Psychology and Sociology