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Our graduates go on to successful careers in a wide range of professions.
Abbie Clark graduated with a First in Marketing. After graduation she secured a job as an Account Executive and within a year was promoted and is now a Senior Account Executive.
English Language and Linguistics and French BA
Callum Marius studied English Language and Linguistics and French at Kent, graduating in 2017. He now works for Sprinklr and The Economist Group as a Social Tools Manager.
Entrepreneur James Buckley-Thorp graduated from his Law LLB at Kent in 2013. He founded clothing brand Rupert and Buckley during his first year at the University after buying a knitting machine to make socks for his rowing team.
Politics and International Relations BA
Kami Asamani (née Peters) studied BA Politics and International Relations and LLM International Law with International Relations. She works for the British Council, as Head of Business Management for Arts Sub Saharan Africa.
Forensic Science BSc
Rachel Staines gained a first-class BSc (Hons) in Forensic Science with a Year in Industry and graduated in 2016. She now works at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) as a quality control analyst.
Computer Animation MSc
Kent graduate El Suliman has built a highly successful career in animation and his work now plays in cinemas around the world. We caught up with him to discuss his journey from student to Lead Animator.
Why not come and see for yourself? We put on events at the Canterbury campus, the Medway campus and at all of our centres. During these events, you have the chance to check out the facilities, talk to a member of staff and find out more about studying at Kent.
We will do everything to make your time at the university a positive experience. We are committed to improving access to learning and provide a wide range of support.
We have expert staff to support students with a Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLD) such as Dyslexia; discuss academic adjustments for people with temporary or permanent disabilities or chronic conditions; support autistic students, and offer support for anyone at Kent experiencing distress arising from psychological, emotional or mental health issues.