The School of Arts offers a range of academically challenging programmes in Drama and Theatre, Film, History of Art and Media Studies. The School has a global reputation for its dynamism and innovation in teaching and research, which is reflected in the distinctiveness of our programmes and the quality and impact of our staff research.
Unfortunately we are not able to welcome you to The School of Arts in person as we would have liked. However, the good news is that this page provides information for applicants who would like to find out more about life at Kent, and what it's like to be part of our creative community.
In the meantime, if you have any queries about the School of Arts, or your application, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
We gain a lot of skills here that are useful in all sorts of jobs, which is a good thing.
Our programmes combine academic rigour, personal development, life skills and career opportunities. You will develop key competencies and attributes graduate employers look for, both through the curriculum, and extracurricular activities offered by the school and other university services.
Our graduates have become theatre producers, literary managers, community theatre officers for local councils, theatre journalists, authors, scriptwriters for television, teachers, stand-up comedians, directors, event managers, drama teachers, performers and actors.