We offer a range of flexible study options, allowing you to tailor your course to suit your needs, interests and personal circumstances.
Study around other commitments to achieve the same academic qualifications as on a full-time programme.
We offer a number of short courses and opportunities for informal study at the University of Kent.
We offer Access courses at two locations in Kent - Chatham Grammar in Gillingham and Hartsdown Academy in Margate.
These courses are designed for professionals working in health and social care, the private and public-sector, or English language teaching.
If you already have a foundation degree or HND, you can gain an honours degrees with just one year of study. We offer these six top-up degrees at Kent:
We're committed to improving access to learning and we offer a wide range of support services.
We support the development and achievement of students with workshops, appointments, study guides and other resources.
We a wide range of scholarships and have established one of the most generous financial support schemes in the UK.
The Society offers a social environment and acts as a forum to discuss the challenges and promote the needs of mature students.
I worked part-time while studying full-time which was quite manageable.
When it came to changing a couple of my classes, the staff were very understanding and were happy to help me in any way possible.
I got the chance to meet a few mature students who were very knowledgeable and a pleasure to work with. Many students were international with varied backgrounds and were very keen to learn like me, so it was very easy to collaborate.
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