University of Kent

About the institution

The University of Kent has established itself as the ‘UK’s European university’ through its postgraduate centres in Rome, Athens, Brussels and Paris, and through offering a range of courses with a European focus. Its UK campuses are in Canterbury and Medway and there is also a centre in Tonbridge for students on part-time courses. Students at Medway share the purpose-built ‘Universities at Medway’ development, near Chatham’s historic dockyard, with students from the University of Greenwich and Christ Church Canterbury.

Courses and subject guides

Interested in studying at Kent? See the courses and modules on offer at the University of Kent on their website.

You may also be interested in exploring our degree subject guides.

Key facts (HESA)

All students: 
20,220
Male UG students: 
48%
Female UG students: 
52%
Full-time students: 
89%
Under 21 on entry: 
56%
International: 
15%
Undergraduate: 
78%

Degree classifications (HESA)

First: 26%
2.1: 53%
2.2: 18%
Pass: 3%

Employability (DLHE)

95%
In work or further study 6 months after graduation

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