Most courses at Kent require you to study a mixture of compulsory and optional modules, providing you with essential skills and knowledge, as well as specialising in subjects that interest you the most. A number of courses also include a ‘wild’ module. This could be anything – there are over 100 wild modules to choose from that range from learning a language to how to set up a business. Wild modules offer you the chance to tailor your degree, explore another area and develop additional skills. Most courses are also available to study on a part -time basis, enabling you to study alongside other commitments.
There is also the option to incorporate a work placement, where you will be able to gain practical experience and earn a salary before returning for your final year. If exploring the world is more your thing, they have an extensive study abroad programme with 193 universities in 39 countries across the world and most of their courses offer opportunities to study or work in Europe.
Typically, you will be assessed through exams, essays, group work and projects, while teaching methods include lectures, seminars and workshops.
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