A number of taught postgraduate degrees at Kent will commence from January 2021, meaning graduates and mature students can still begin their postgraduate studies in the 2020/2021 academic year.
Various postgraduate degrees across the School of Politics and International Relations and School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research, as well as the Kent School of Architecture and Planning, Kent Law School, Kent Business School, the Brussels School of International Studies and the Paris School of Arts and Culture, will be available for January 2021 starters.
The courses will run from January to December 2021, preparing postgraduates with the opportunity to enter the workforce at a typically busy time for recruitment, with advanced skills for the next step in their careers.
Recent Virtual Open Events can still be accessed via the Postgraduate Events site. These events give prospective students an opportunity to learn more about courses, funding, University life, careers and employability.
They also enable prospective students to virtually tour Kent’s high-quality academic buildings and specialist facilities, including labs and sports centres, lecture theatres and accommodation. Virtual visitors can also explore the vast Canterbury and Medway campuses from a drone’s-eye perspective, including outdoor social and learning environments, as well as the celebrated green spaces and world-famous cathedral-city view over the Canterbury World Heritage Site.
Kent’s Director of Marketing and Recruitment, Simone Davies, said: ‘The new year is typically a time for new beginnings and new resolutions. Starting a postgraduate course in January is a great way to build for the future. If you have been thinking about the future and postgraduate study, a January start means you will not have to wait until the next academic year to kickstart your education and career.’