Teaching at Kent is not an empty repetition of facts but a living, vital conversation that engages with the changing tides of research. It gives our students the chance to learn, to discuss, to debate and to disagree.
Our students become part of a community that is changing the way the world works and is understood.Find a course
A new study shows that tougher laws are needed to tackle 'revenge porn' and other forms of image abuse.
Conference at the Vatican reveals that most atheists and agnostics believe in supernatural phenomena.
Women hired on performance rather than potential according to new research.
Our academics have a passion for passing on their world-leading expertise via publications and the supervision of PhD students. They also work alongside organisations outside academia, from media outlets to research partners in industry.Find an expert
In the most recent Research Excellence Framework, Kent was ranked 17th* for research output and research intensity, outperforming 11 of the 24 Russell Group universities.
Our research project inspired the creation of a new UNESCO Cultural Route in Turkey.
How pioneering techniques developed at Kent were used to resurrect the Mary Rose.
Our research provided evidence of a global network of rendition, secret prisons and torture.
We helped to improve the quality of life for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
In our rapidly changing world, what research topic would you like to pursue? Taking a PhD at Kent allows you to ask the important questions and make your own contribution to knowledge.
*of 122 universities, not including specialist institutions