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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

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New research reveals a tenfold increase in child and teenage obesity over four decades

Data analysis at Kent played a key role in a major study of obesity, led by the World Health Organization (WHO) and Imperial College London.

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Book tickets to hear children's author Francesca Simon

Gavin Esler is in conversation with children's author Francesca Simon, creator of the Horrid Henry books.

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Brain stimulation can improve athletic performance

Research into the effects of brain stimulation show that it is an effective way to improve athlete's endurance.

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University gets funding to develop new degree apprenticeships

Our degree apprenticeships combine study with paid work to provide an alternative route to a degree and professional career.

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Citizen science can predict butterfly population trends

Information gathered by citizen scientists can help to monitor biodiversity trends, such as butterfly population changes.

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