United Kingdom
University of Kent
The Institution of Kent (previously known as the University of Kent at Canterbury) is a well-known semi-collegiate public research university in Kent, England. It was founded in 1965 and is known as a Beloff's plate glass university.

Cost of attendance

The average annual cost of attendance for undergraduate programmes is 1,473,924 INR / Year, and the cost of attendance for postgraduate programmes is roughly 1,249,082 INR / Year for overseas students. The amount may vary depending on the course chosen, the type of lodging, and the candidate's personal spending habits.


The institution provides on-campus housing. There are almost 5,000 bedrooms, the majority of which have just been renovated or are brand new. Over 85% of the bedrooms are self-catering, and over 60% are en suite. Wi-Fi and wired internet access are available throughout campus. On-campus accommodation costs between £4,095.00 and £13,198.16.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total of 19,860 students enrolled. International students account for 16% of the student body. The University of Kent is a premier university with an admittance rate of roughly 85 percent.


In Kent, the university has three campuses. The Canterbury Campus, located in Parkland, houses six colleges, the Gulbenkian Arts Centre, the Templeman Library, and the Mandela Building. The campus spans 300 acres and is well-connected to both the city centre and London. It has outstanding academic, residential, and dining facilities. The School of Continuing Education opened its doors in Tonbridge in 1982. It now works with Kent Innovation and Enterprise and Kent Business School. The Medway Campus is located on the grounds of a former naval installation near the towns of Chatham and Rochester.


The university is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association.

Jobs and Placement

Several Kent programmes provide the option of a placement year, which is a year spent working in the business. Students can work for a company for up to 12 months and take on graduate-level activities and projects. The highest-paid graduates of Kent, according to emoluments, are Executive Management and Change professionals, who earn $100,000 a year. Data professionals are the lowest-paid Kent university graduates, earning $35,000 per year. KPMG, IBM, Cisco Systems, Osmosys, IBM, AXA Business Services, HSBC, Deloitte, and bnp Paribas are among the recruiting firms at the university.

QS Ranking

#383 in QS global world university rankings in 2022

The Ranking

#351-400 in Times Higher Education world ranking in 2022

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