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University of Kent

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Overview

Canterbury - UK
  • The University of Kent in England is a semi-collegiate public research institute established in 1965 with an enrollment of about 18,865 students (around 15,295 undergraduates and 3,565 postgraduates) and a faculty of approximately 4,000 members. 
  • Offering undergraduate and postgraduate (taught and research) across eight colleges like Eliot, Woolf, Darwin, and Turing, the university allows students to pursue degrees such as BSc, BA, Fads', MSc, MA, Ph.D., etc. University of Kent disciplines include Artificial Intelligence, Anthropology, Community Care, Human Geography, and Military History. 
  • The University of Kent campuses are divided into two, Canterbury (main campus) and Medway, with two sites (Pembroke and The Historic Dockyard Chatham). To strengthen its global academic initiative, the university offers programs like study or work abroad (with over 100 international universities), Global Learning Online (virtual exchange), Global Officers Leadership Development (GOLD), and also Erasmus+. Other courses are Professional Development courses, General Interest Courses, and Summer School courses. 
  • Student accommodation for undergraduates and postgraduates on both campuses (5,400 rooms in Canterbury and 1,100 in Medway) comprises en-suite rooms, houses, and studio flats with dining services and proximity to academic and recreational facilities. With over 175 organizations, students can engage in political, professional, social, and cultural activities.
  • The estimated undergraduate cost of attending is GBP 9,250 for UK students and begins at GBP 16,200 for overseas students. University of Kent financial aid comes from scholarships, grants, loans, bursaries such as International scholarships, the Kent Financial Support Packages, government loans, and Special EU fees. 
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Fees (£)

£19.30K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹19.96L / year

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Duration

12 months

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Fees (£)

£23.80K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹24.61L / year

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Duration

12 months

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Fees (£)

£21.20K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹21.92L / year

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Duration

48 months

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Fees (£)

£20.15K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹20.83L / year

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Duration

48 months

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Fees (£)

£20.15K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹20.83L / year

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Duration

12 months

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Fees (£)

£18.00K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹18.61L / year

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Duration

48 months

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Fees (£)

£21.90K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹22.65L / year

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Duration

36 months

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Fees (£)

£20.15K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹20.83L / year

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Duration

48 months

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Scholarships

Deadline

2023-11-10

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Varies

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₹2.40L

Deadline

2023-09-01

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₹11.94L

Deadline

2023-06-30

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₹9.31L

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Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about University of Kent
Where is University of Kent located?
University of Kent is located in Canterbury, UK
How much does it cost to study in University of Kent?
The average first year cost to study in University of Kent is INR 2302925
What is the acceptance rate for University of Kent?
University of Kent has an acceptance rate of 12.5%
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