Kent Law School

Critical perspectives research led teaching

Undergraduate Law at Kent

Situated just a few miles from London and continental Europe, Kent Law School offers a truly international experience at the UK's European University. 

We offer a range of undergraduate degrees, many of which include opportunities to study abroad and all of which are listed on our 'Degree programmes' page.

Kent Law School is one of the leading law schools in the UK, ranked 10th in the Times Good University Guide 2015 and 17th in the Guardian League Table for Law 2016.

Kent is also ranked as the 8th best law school in the UK for research intensity in the Research Excellence Framework 2014.

Students at Kent experience inspiring and engaging teaching by leading academic scholars and enjoy an active student life with support for the development of a successful career.

Students can develop practical legal skills through a range of additional study options, including the opportunity to gain real experience of legal practice under the supervision of qualified solicitors at Kent Law Clinic.

Taking a distinctive, 'critical approach' that places law within the wider context of society, Kent Law School offers students an exciting, intellectually challenging and supportive environment in which to study and explore the law and obtain a Qualifying Law Degree.

Kent Law School was founded in 1967 and is based within the 300 acre parkland campus of the University of Kent.  With modern buildings dotted amongst trees, fields and wide open spaces, the Canterbury Campus is the perfect place to live and study.

Take a video tour of the Canterbury campus with some of our first year Law students:

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Last Updated: 25/09/2015