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The UK's European University: committed to the transformative power of education and research.

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Stunning locations

UK campuses close to London and European centres in Paris, Brussels, Rome and Athens.

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Research excellence

Our research is responding to 21st-century problems.

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Kent and Medway Medical School

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Turner Contemporary

Turner Prize curator Rowan Geddis delivers a public talk at Kent

Turner Prize curator Rowan Geddis delivers a public talk at Kent

Rowan Geddis’ talk on Thursday 28 Feb is free and open to all: a great opportunity to hear from one of the art world’s leading practitioners.

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€3.7m for research into livestock parasite

€3.7m for research into livestock parasite

Kent takes part in a new research project to combat a parasite that affects dairy cattle.

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Is federalism limiting Trump's political powers?

Is federalism limiting Trump's political powers?

New Kent research finds federalism still effective against would-be strongmen like Trump.

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Lecture from Sky News presenter, Sophy Ridge

Lecture from Sky News presenter, Sophy Ridge

Sophy Ridge delivers the annual Bob Friend Memorial Lecture at our Medway campus on Wed 6 March.

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Tough policies do not affect teenagers' use of cannabis

Tough policies do not affect teenagers' use of cannabis

Kent's research used data from 100,000 teenagers in 38 countries including the UK, USA, Russia, France, Germany and Canada.

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