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    University of Kent offering qualifying law degrees recognised in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

    The University of Kent is a plate glass campus university in Kent, England.

    The university's original name, chosen in 1962, was the University of Kent at Canterbury, reflecting the fact that the campus straddled the boundary between the county borough of Canterbury and Kent County Council. At the time it was the normal practice for universities to be named after the town or city whose boundaries they were in, with both "University of Kent" and "University of Canterbury" initially proposed. The name adopted reflected the support of both the city and county authorities, as well as the existence of the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, which officially opposed the use of a name too similar to its own. The abbreviation UKC became a popular abbreviation for the university. Part of the original reasoning for the name disappeared when local government reforms in the 1970s resulted in the Canterbury campus falling entirely within the City of Canterbury, which no longer has county borough status, and Kent County Council.

    During the 1990s and 2000s the University expanded beyond its original campus. It now has campuses in Medway, Tonbridge and Brussels, and works in partnership with Canterbury College, South Kent College and MidKent College. In 2003 the title was changed to University of Kent. University of Kent at Canterbury and UKC are still used to refer to the Canterbury site, with other variants such as University of Kent at Medway and University of Kent at Brussels in use for the other sites. The term UKC is also still heavily used by both students and alumni for the University as a whole.

    University of Kent - the UK's European university

    Academic faculties and departments

    The University is divided into three faculties:
    • Humanities
    • Social Sciences
    • Science, Technology and Medical Studies (STMS)


    The Kent Law School

    International perspectives... global opportunities

    With excellent teaching, a strong research culture, and an award-winning Law Clinic, Kent Law School at the University of Kent offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees which draw on our tradition of taking a critical approach to the law.

    Undergraduate Degrees

    Situated just a few miles from London and continental Europe, Kent Law School offers a truly international experience at the UK's European University. We offer a range of undergraduate degrees at our two campuses; our main Canterbury campus, and our smaller Medway campus. Find out more about the LLB and BA programmes available at each campus, click the link below.

    Undergraduate Degrees - Kent Law School - University of Kent

    Postgraduate Degrees

    Kent Law School is a dynamic and cosmopolitan place to study a variety of taught and research degrees with an international and contemporary focus. Students are immersed in a culture of critical research with Kent Law School widely regarded as a centre of excellence in legal research and teaching, evidence by being rated as the 6th best Law School for research in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise.

    Study in Canterbury or Brussels

    Kent Law School is wonderfully cosmopolitan, with students from over 80 countries studying within the department, and full-time staff from over 15 countries. Our international character is represented in our courses and in their location, with courses offered at our Canterbury campus which is a short distance from London and Continental Europe, and at our Brussels campus in the political heart of Europe.

    Research Centres

    Kent Law School is proud to host the following research centres; the Centre for Law, Gender and Sexuality, and the Kent Centre for European and Comparative Law.

    For more information click the link below.

    Postgraduate Degrees - Kent Law School - University of Kent

    Why Kent Law School
    • 6th best Law School in the UK for research (RAE 2008)
    • 12th ranked for graduate prospects*
    • Multi-award winning student Law Clinic
    • Outstanding Electronic Facilities, including 'listen again' lectures

    * unistats.com

    More Info:
    Welcome - Kent Law School - University of Kent
    Contact

    Postal Address

    Kent Law School
    Eliot College
    University of Kent
    Canterbury
    Kent
    CT2 7NS
    United Kingdom

    For general information and undergraduate enquiries:

    Telephone: +44 (0)1227 827636
    Email: [email protected]
    Fax: +44 (0)1227 827831

    For information about postgraduate courses:

    Telephone: +44 (0)1227 824595
    Email: [email protected]
    Fax: +44 (0) 1227 827442

    For more detailed postgraduate information, contact Professor Didi Herman about research degrees and Professor Iain Ramsay about taught degrees. Both should be contact by emailing the Postgraduate Office.
    Postgraduate Office Email: [email protected]

    Undergraduate admissions queries:

    Email the Communications and Admissions Officer, Daniel Lee:
    Email: [email protected]
    Telephone: +44 (0)1227 824889

    Kent Law Clinic:
    Telephone: 01227 823311
    Email: [email protected]
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