Policies designed to reduce climate change can also protect endangered species
The University is awarded gold, the highest rating, in the UK Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)
Shoppers may claim to buy organic food for ethical reasons, but it's actually more to do with taste and health benefits
Saturday 25 November, 10am – 1pm
The UK's European University: committed to the transformative power of education and research.
UK campuses close to London and European centres in Paris, Brussels, Rome and Athens.
Our research is responding to 21st-century problems.
Our vision to create the best garden campus in the UK.
Degree ceremonies in November to include honorary degrees for Olympic Gold medallist Susannah Townsend MBE, architect Sir Terry Farrell, dancer and choreographer Janet Smith MBE, and anthropologist and writer Professor Hugh Brody.
Read more about Olympic champion and alumna Susannah Townsend to receive an honorary degree
Five months after the Grenfell Tower fire, a major report calls for a new law to be introduced in the wake of the tragedy.
Read more about Call for new law to protect tenants in their homes after Grenfell
University of Kent Players present a live recording of The Philadelphia Story, a radio play based in the glamorous world of the 1940s.
Read more about Watch a live recording of the classic 1940s radio play
Our Centre for Child Protection has won an award for its innovative teaching techniques.
Read more about Teaching award for Kent's Child Protection team
In celebration of Foundation Day 2017, Chancellor Gavin Esler interviews our new Vice-Chancellor, Professor Karen Cox.
Read more about Gavin Esler interviews our new Vice-Chancellor