Sport and Exercise Sciences applicants

Studying with the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Kent, you'll be part of a dynamic, supportive and ambitions community. Find out more about joining our world - from attending a virtual open event or an applicant day, to hearing what our current students love about Kent.

Visit us

We're really excited to welcome you to Canterbury! There are a number of ways that you can visit our stunning campus, from Open Days and Applicant Days, to campus tours and self-guided tours.

Virtual STEM Applicant Day 11th May

Join us on Zoom to discover what it will be like studying one of our STEM subjects at the University of Kent. You’ll have the opportunity to meet your lecturers, hear from our current students and ask us any questions you may have before making Kent your first choice.

How to book

Please book your place on the Eventbrite website.

We will email you a joining link once the booking has closed.

Event programme


Welcome to STEM at Kent

A warm welcome by our Directors.


Introduction, taster session, subject Q&A session

Join one of our breakout rooms to discover your course choice and the details of what you will study during your time at Kent.


Ask us anything

An opportunity for you to ask our staff and students about what it's like to study at Kent, Student support, placements and more!

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Why study at Kent?

Learn more about Sport and Exercise Sciences at Kent - from our fantastic facilities and inspirational teaching led by world-leading research, to a supportive environment with excellent careers support and student experience.     

We also offer: 

  • The largest Sports Clinic in the South East. 
  • The opportunity for a professional placement. 
  • Access to world-leading equipment including an anti-gravity treadmill. 
  • Access to all the sports facilities on campus including the Sports Centre and Pavilion. 

Hear from our students

Find out more about our range of degrees, including the chance to study abroad for a year or complete a professional placement directly from our staff and students via our YouTube channel and online chat service.   

Listen to final year Cameron Prior talk about what it is like to study at Kent. 

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It’s good to talk

If you would like to chat to one of our students, why not get in touch via Unibuddy. You can also contact our Admissions Officer to ask any questions you have from our programmes and clearing to how we will confirm places at Kent.   

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