School of European Culture and Languages


The School of European Culture and Languages (SECL) is one of the largest academic schools at the University of Kent. The School offers an extensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in all aspects of European cultural life within our nine departments: Classical & Archaeological Studies, Comparative Literature, English Language & Linguistics, French, German, Hispanic Studies, Italian, Philosophy and Religious Studies. We offer a range of single-honours degrees as well as joint-honours degree programmes combining subject areas within the School, the Faculty of Humanities or other parts of the University.

SECL has long-standing links and exchange agreements with some of Europe’s most prestigious institutions, is the founder of the University of Kent at Paris, runs an MA in Heritage Management in Athens and two new MA programmes in Ancient History and Roman History and Archaeology with terms in Rome.

SECL offers high-quality teaching by staff whose research is internationally recognised. We scored above the national average for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2014 and were ranked in the top 10 in the UK for the following subjects: Comparative Literature (1st); Hispanic Studies (1st); Philosophy (4th); Religious Studies (5th); French (8th); English Language & Linguistics (9th); and Archaeology (10th).

Head of School: Professor Shane Weller


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SECL alumna to give networking coaching session to SECL students on Wednesday 29th October 2-3:30pm. Full details: http://t.co/5761M2I0nC

Posted about 3 hours ago

Congratulations to Gemma Martinez-Garrido on being awarded her doctorate from the Department of Hispanic Studies: http://t.co/L16Tu93L03

Posted about 7 hours ago

The Department of French to host an event to highlight the study of French culture, open to all: http://t.co/Khmc4UVfJY

Posted about 9 hours ago

School of European Culture & Languages, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NF

Enquiries: +44 (0)1227 827159 or email the School of European Culture & Languages

Last Updated: 26/09/2014