University of Kent
The University of Kent has over 19,000 students studying at its various campuses including Canterbury, Medway and Tonbridge in the picturesque south-east of England as well as continental-European sites in Athens, Brussels, Paris and Rome. Kent is a research-intensive institution which is ranked 17th in the UK in Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014; with 97% of its research is of international quality. In addition, Kent’s score for research power has increased by 59%, the third largest increase of the top 50 research intensive universities.
University of Kent students consistently rate their school as offering one of the best student experiences in the country. In the 2015 National Student Survey, the University of Kent scored 89% in the ‘overall satisfaction’ category, the fifth highest score nationally.
The University of Kent has students representing149 different nationalities, plus 41% of Kent’s academic and research staff is from outside the UK. Kent’s curriculum supports study and work abroad opportunities. The University of Kent has global partnerships with many prestigious institutions both in Europe and beyond to include the USA, Malaysia, China, Russia, Hong Kong and Japan.