Kent’s Master’s and doctoral students, academic and research staff are welcomed into a strong scholarly and supportive social community which is rich in activity, culture and diversity, and extends across our academic Schools, Centres, Divisions, campuses and two European centres.
Our postgraduates and colleagues benefit from a rich, stimulating and challenging intellectual community in which students are encouraged to work closely with academic staff. We also advise students and staff to develop and expand their skills by presenting their research, participating in conferences and publishing papers.
We offer a strong framework of specialist support and dedicated services across the University, which extends to both students and staff. Kent encourages all members of our community to take an active role in extracurricular activities and to focus on their wellbeing and that of their colleagues.
We provide a wide range of opportunities for PG students at Kent.
The GRC Prizes celebrate our researchers, supervisors, Directors of Graduate Studies and administrators who support postgraduate students. We are pleased to inform you that the winners of the GRC Prizes 2023 have been announced.
The Graduate and Researcher College's Annual Postgraduate Conference brings together the postgraduate and postdoctoral community to recognise the excellence of research at Kent.
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The Three Minute Thesis Competition celebrates the exciting research conducted by PhD Researchers.
The Research Café will bring researchers together, offering them a chance to showcase their work and participate in thematic discussions related to PhD study and life.
The Graduate and Researcher college's 'Postgraduate Talks' series aims to enhance postgraduate taught and research student's global awareness.
A publication written and produced by postgraduates for postgraduates.
On behalf of the Postgraduate Network, we are so grateful to the entire GRC Team for all the support and the kindness you have shown to us. We are so fortunate to work alongside you this year.
There are a range of opportunities for you to give feedback and have your #PGVoice heard outside of your academic school.
Reps act as the link between you, your union and your university.
We make sure your academic interests are being looked after.
We welcome your feedback whether it is a comment, suggestion or complaint on email@example.com.
We’ve listened to your feedback and have made (or are planning) improvements.
The GRC's Mentoring Scheme supports the development of PG's and ECR's. Mentors are paired with a mentee and through sharing their own knowledge, experience and expertise, mentors enhance the perspective of mentees and expose mentees to new opportunities.
The Scheme runs from January to July, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Our postgraduate students and academic staff play an important role in shaping the development of the Kent research community. We offer a wide range of opportunities for you to interact with other postgraduates, staff and the wider Kent community:
The GRC have provided an opportunity for me to collaborate with staff and students in various fields and allowed me to develop a wider knowledge and understanding of the University of Kent community and feel integrated into postgraduate student life.
Support yourself and your colleagues to build our research community
An opportunity to get involved in a range of challenging and rewarding activities and projects.
The representative voice of all 20,000+ students who study at the University of Kent.
Supporting Kent students studying at our Medway campus.
Rewarding students for their active engagement with co-curricular activities.