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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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Kent and Medway Medical School

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A world of opportunity, discovery and community

University of Kent launches new campaign at Foundation Day event

The University has outlined a new approach to working with its supporters, giving them new ways to create opportunities for students, enable ground-breaking discoveries and make a difference in our communities.

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Giant radio galaxies defy conventional wisdom

Astrophysicists at Kent have shown that a fundamental law of physics is reversed when we observe the distant universe.

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Digital Media lecturer receives major art and technology award

Dr Rocio von Jungenfeld, Lecturer in the School of Engineering and Digital Arts, has won the BCS AI Award at The Lumen Prize awards in London.

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Can pictures of wildlife connect us to nature?

A new study led by conservationists at Kent suggests we need to think carefully about our use of animal imagery and the messages we are sending.

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A new approach is required to address biodiversity loss

A group of conservationists, including Dr Joseph W. Bull, is urging governments to address the impact of economic development on our natural world.

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