We want your experience to be the best it can be, from the moment you arrive. That’s why we’re taking steps to help protect our community from Covid-19, while safeguarding teaching and student life. We will not compromise the quality of teaching, learning and experiences of our students.
In the autumn term, you’ll be taught through a mix of in-person and online teaching. The exact blend depends on your programme, but we’ll keep you updated over the coming weeks. Visit here.
Kent is a place that’s built on big ideas – where people come to learn about themselves, explore new ways of thinking, and make connections that last a lifetime.
You'll be studying at a university recognised for its excellent teaching (as our TEF Gold award shows). But it’s not all about study here – there’s so much you can do beyond your degree. Join societies or help to run one, volunteer or get valuable work experience.
Kent’s academics produce world-leading research, and you will study with some of the most influential thinkers in their field. Our two campuses provide first-class laboratories, bright, airy teaching facilities and well-resourced libraries with lots of study space.
Kent is a welcoming, diverse community with staff and students from around the world. With over 150 societies and sports clubs, there are loads of opportunities to meet new people who share the same interests. When you choose Kent, you’re also making a choice to help build a better world. Whether you’re passionate about sustainability, want to improve people’s health, or help local communities, there’s lots you can do here to make a difference.
Award-winning student support is provided by a dedicated team who are committed to helping all students succeed. You’ll have access to an on-site careers centre with experienced careers advisers to help you get a head start in your career, and an employability scheme that provides opportunities for internships and other work experience.
The Canterbury campus is set in 300 acres of beautiful Kent parkland and is less than an hour from London with easy access to Europe. Set by the river in a fascinating mix of modern and historical buildings, Medway campus is just 40 minutes from London by train.
We'd love you to join our world this September.
It might feel as though a lot of decisions have been taken out of your hands this year. Clearing is your chance to take control again and discover your path in 2020. If you’re not already holding an offer, you can apply for a course via Clearing from 6 July.
Top tips for Clearing:
When you make your Clearing application at our website, you can indicate on the form whether you need accommodation. Subject to availability, we will always try to find accommodation on the campus for everyone who comes through Clearing.
We know that Clearing can be a worrying time, but it’s also a great opportunity to reconsider what you want to study and which university will give you the best experience. For inspirational teaching, stunning locations and a place built on big ideas, bring your ambitions to Kent.
“Clearing is there for a reason, don’t be embarrassed to use it. So many people I know came to university through Clearing. You can go to your dream university and do your dream course.”
Tavimba Chisenga, Multimedia Design and Technology BSc
Clearing is for everybody – whether you are a school leaver, a mature student considering a new career, or you’ve decided to change subject or university since you originally made your application (see UCAS for how to do this).
Monday 6 July onwards:
Thursday 13 August:
Visit our website to know more.
Call our hotline number 0333 733 1924 to get more details on clearing.