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Postgraduate Courses 2015

Postgraduate courses 2015

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Kent is a top 20 university according to The Guardian University Guide. 97% of our staff work in departments containing world-leading research (RAE 2008).

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  • A friendly and vibrant campus with an excellent social scene and superb facilities. Within walking distance of the city, it offers green and tranquil open spaces, lively cafes and bars and a cosmopolitan atmosphere.

  • A state-of-the-art campus in a great location near the redeveloped dockside. You'll find amazing buildings, first-class library facilities, a buzzing social life and a great sense of community.

  • The University of Kent at Brussels is a specialist postgraduate centre offering a range of programmes, taught in English, related to the study of international affairs.

  • Our Paris centre offers a range of cross-disciplinary postgraduate MA programmes in the Humanities. Each programme lasts one year and allows you to share your time between Canterbury and Paris.

  • Kent offers its Heritage Management MA in Athens. The programme is ideally located in the Athenian suburb of Eleusina, the birthplace of Aeschylus and one of the most important archaeological religious sites in the world.

  • Our MA programmes in Ancient History and Roman History & Archaeology give you the opportunity to study in Rome for a term. The campus is within walking distance of Roman sites, monuments and museums.

  • Our welcoming Tonbridge centre is dedicated to flexible study including short courses and professional development, it is ideally situated a few minutes' walk from the railway station and town centre.

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