Kent offers approximately 400 different undergraduate honours degrees. With this amount of choice, you need to consider all your options and make sure that you are applying for the right programme.
Kent's undergraduate programmes are taught at Canterbury, Medway and Tonbridge, as well as at our partner colleges. Our course portfolio varies from site to site and you are advised to check the location of your chosen course to explore the facilities and the opportunities available there.
Kent has a broad and diverse course portfolio and we offer a wide range of joint honours degrees, enabling you to select a programme of study that will suit your interests and future career aspirations. Some subjects also offer a year in industry, a placement year, or study abroad opportunities.
In addition to the general entry requirements, each degree has its own entry requirement. Some specify particular subjects at A level. If you don’t meet the entry requirements for your chosen subject, the University offers other routes to achieving the appropriate standard, such as foundation years, foundation programmes, and part-time certificates.
Kent programmes are available on a full-time only, full-time and part-time, and part-time only basis. Check the 'Key Facts' box on each programme page to see which formats are available.
Some degrees offer routes into qualifying for a profession and give exemption from entrance exams, for instance Law, Architecture, Accounting & Finance and Actuarial Science. Occasionally, these subjects offer joint honours options that may not include all the topics you need to study in order to qualify check with the University if you are in any doubt.
Many programmes offer options to go on a year's work placement in industry, or to spend time studying or working abroad. Mostly these options are listed separately, but some subjects, such as mathematics, include the industry option under the same UCAS code, and you need to specify your preferred route on your UCAS form.