University of Kent




The University of Kent is a University located in Kent, England. The University was founded in 1965. With approximately 20,000 students, there is a strong student community. The University has three campuses, including the well-renowned Canterbury campus, which is situated within 300 acres of parkland. The University brands itself as the ‘UK’s European University’ – given its proximity to nearby European capital cities like Paris and Brussels. The motto of the University translates into English as ‘Whom to Serve is to reign’.



UniEel 2019 Rankings: 39th/70

Complete University Guide 2019: 44th/131

The Guardian Rankings 2019: 35th/121

QS UK Rankings 2019: 44th/76



Total Students: 20,000

Male/Female Split: 48/52

UK/EUR/INT Split: 76/9/15

Graduate Prospects: 82%

Student/Staff Ratio: 18:4

Student Satisfaction Rate: 80%



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