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'Neo' skull from Lesedi Chamber (left) with DH1 Homo naledi skull from Dinaledi Chamber (right). Picture by Wits University/John Hawks
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About us

The UK's European University: committed to the transformative power of education and research.

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Stunning locations

UK campuses close to London and European centres in Paris, Brussels, Rome and Athens.

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Research excellence

Our research is responding to 21st-century problems.

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Campus master plan

Our vision to create the best garden campus in the UK.

Around the University

Kent Business Summit unites MPs, business leaders and academics

Around 200 delegates attended the Kent Business Summit to discuss the challenges and opportunities the region faces as the UK prepares to leave the European Union.

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Open to all – our evening course on European cinema

An evening course examining contemporary European cinema will run at the University of Kent during the spring and is open to members of the public.

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Nothing comes for free in the contemporary British divorce

Dr Ruth Cain from Kent Law School comments on the price of divorce – apart from having children, it's the most costly life-event.

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Get fit and boost your immune system in the New Year

Evidence suggests that regular moderate activity can be beneficial for immune enhancement and reducing the risk of infection.

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Kent student raises £15,000 for cleft lip and palate charity

A student at Kent has organised an open-water race and a high-profile charity gala to raise money for Smile Train.

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