On our undergraduate degree programmes, you can study different aspects of anthropology, geography and environment, human biology and behaviour and wildlife conservation. Most of our courses also offer you opportunities to study abroad or spend a year in professional practice. Exploring the world though a human lens and our place within it.
91% of Anthropology students were satisfied with the teaching on their course in The Guardian University Guide 2023
Geography and the Environment at the University of Kent was ranked 1st in the UK for research output in the Times Higher Education (REF 2021).
Explore what it means to be human by studying culture, history, arts, biology and evolution.
Examine the ecological and social crises of today and gain the skills needed to bring about change.
Examine human evolution, anatomy, biology and behaviour, and our living and fossil primate relatives
Taking the traditional foundations of geography and energising it to address contemporary issues.
Tackling the conservation crisis by combining natural science and human dimensions of conservation.