We aim to be a community that inspires students from a wide range of backgrounds to find and shape their place in the world, and where academics are free to explore and deepen our understanding of it.
Our Kent 2025 Strategy outlines the projects and key strategic initiatives that will ensure we deliver this. We've also recently published our Mid-Term Review, which builds on this with progress to date, some adjustments based on what we've learned so far, and how the remaining objectives will be realised.
Read more on progress to date on the How We're Getting On page.
Our vision remains grounded in authenticity about our campuses, location, history and who we want to be. Find out what five aspects we need to emphasise to take our vision forward.Our Vision
Our Kent 2025 Mid-Term Review looks at progress to date, sets out some adjustments to the strategy, and describes how the remaining objectives are to be realised. Find out our strategy delivery to date on our How We're Getting On page.
We are committed to create and support of a balanced, inclusive and diverse community.
Our strategy for Climate Action and SDGs helps achieve our aims of climate, campus and curriculum.
We're committed to driving forward the development of a range of global partnership activity.
From September 2020, the first medical school in Kent began educating aspiring doctors to train to deliver 21st century medicine.
Over 20 years Kent has worked with partner universities, Medway Council and the Historic Dockyard to bring about significant change to the area.
An exciting new community of academics and students is inspiring and opening up access to the fast-growing creative industries.
Our students will be at the heart of everything we do, with more ways to study and new study options including Science, Creative and Digital courses.
We will identify key areas which bring our research together, building on our strengths and articulating the cutting-edge nature of what we do.
We will take an active role in our community, working with others across Kent and Medway on programmes that put at us at the heart of public life.