We are proud of what we do: especially proud that we do it together with our wonderful supporters. They enable us to have a greater impact: creating opportunities for our students, accelerating ground-breaking research discoveries and making a difference in our communities.
To them we say a heartfelt thank you. And to you, if you think you can add your support, we ask that you get in touch so together we can change someone’s world today.
The Docking Station is a unique legacy project in the heart of Medway, a new hub for culture, creativity and digital innovation for students, academics, creative businesses and communities.
This creative centre will embrace and inspire communities in Kent and play a key role in the cultural regeneration of Medway. Medway Council have recently secured a £5.6 million share of the Government’s Levelling Up Fund for the Docking Station project. Your donation will help make this project a reality by helping us to reach our fundraising target and realise the benefits and opportunities the Docking Station will create.
Your support creates opportunities for our students
Received a life-changing scholarship
Fathima was a beneficiary of the Kent Refuge Fund who sought asylum in the UK in 2010. She studied Accountancy and Finance and graduated in 2019.
His passion for cancer research saw him return to Kent for a PhD
Today, he finds and establishes partnerships outside of Cancer Research UK, with organisations and people who can help them achieve more when it comes to beating cancer.
Training to become one of the doctors of tomorrow
Yuta is a recipient of the Canterbury Health Education Foundation Scholarship.
Completing the PhD of his dreams studying the frescoes in the Vatican
Kostas, an Alumni Postgraduate Research Scholar, has been unlocking the secrets of Raphael's frescoes.
Supported by a legacy to carry out research in the US crucial to her thesis
The Christine and Ian Bolt Scholarship was set up in memory of Christine Bolt, Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Kent, by her husband, and supports a sustained period of research in the United States.
Set up his own thriving business with support from the Business Start-Up Journey
Emmanuel graduated in July 2019. He started working on his business at secondary school and the opportunities presented to him at Kent meant that he was able to launch Jehu-Cal in his first year of study.
Those three years must have been a magnificent experience in my life given that, 45 years on, I am delighted to donate funds for the benefit of the University and its students.
Your support makes a difference in our communities
Inspiring the next generation of medical professionals in Kent and Medway
Kent and Medway Medical School (KMMS) is an exciting collaboration between Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Kent and builds on their existing high-quality clinical teaching and research strengths.
Creating 3D printed face shields for Pilgrims Hospices
The pressing need for personal protective equipment by staff in the NHS and other organisations working in the frontline fight against COVID-19, prompted an urgent solution by Kent staff.
A new hub for culture, creativity and digital innovation in the heart of Medway
Your donation will help make this project a reality by helping us to reach our fundraising target and realise the benefits and opportunities the Docking Station will create.
Making a legacy bequest enables the gift of education to be passed on to others.
Leave your mark and support your passion while providing opportunities for generations of students. Enable the gift of education to be passed on.
You can commemorate the life of a loved one by donating to Kent. Celebrate a life and see the benefit it gives to the University and its students.
The University of Kent and Parkinson’s Care and Support UK need your help to give those living with Parkinson’s disease and their families hope. We want to establish the world’s first integrated therapy centre that will offer a comprehensive range of non-pharmacological therapies to improve the lives of so many.