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Visit by the Université Grenoble Alpes
10 October 2018
We were delighted to welcome the Université Grenoble Alpes to the University of Kent on Thursday 4th October 2018. The purpose of the visit was to conduct the formal exchange of a linked articulation agreement between both universities. The agreement grants entry with advanced standing to Kent’s BA (Hons) French to students from this partner university. We look forward to continuing our successful partnership with this institution. For more...
Kent signs new Memorandum of Understanding with Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
10 October 2018
Kent was delighted to welcome Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU) on the 5th October 2018, to formally mark a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between our two institutions. NPU specialises in education and research in the fields of aeronautical, astronautical and marine engineering, and has strong research connections with Kent’s School of E...
Go Abroad Fortnight 2018
5 October 2018
Go Abroad Fortnight 2018 takes place next week! International Partnerships is hosting a two week series of events to help students and staff find out about the opportunities to go abroad at Kent. There are many activities planned during the fortnight to help students and staff find out about the opportunities available. Whether you are considering adding a term or year abroad to your degree, working abroad or would like to know about summer schools available, there is an opportunity...
Kent - Ghent: Joint call for projects
20 September 2018
Kent–Ghent Joint call for projects For the sixth successive year the University of Kent, with one of its longstanding international partners, Ghent University, Belgium, is offering funding to support a number of collaborative projects across a range of disciplines. The funding of up to £1,000 per project is offered by Kent's Dean for Europe, Professor Jeremy Carrette, and aims to support mobility between colleagues at the two institutions. ...
EU grant supports innovation and entrepreneurship
7 September 2018
Kent Business School recently hosted a seminar for senior staff from the Banking University of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam as part of a €9 million Erasmus+ Capacity Building project. The Joint Enterprise University Learning (JEUL) project seeks to establish and develop lasting cooperation among universities and the private sector, enabling universities to learn from the entrepreneurial nature of companies and therefore enhancing the relevance of teachin...