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By website-editor on 14.6.2023

Kent Ranked 27th in the Country

The University of Kent has climbed 18 places in the Guardian’s University League Table to 27th, out of a total of 118 universities.

The league table takes into account a range of criteria, from teaching quality, to final-year student satisfaction, to how much money is spent on each student, to what grades are required in order to gain a place at the university. Lastly, staff-student ratios and graduate job prospects are included in the rankings.

Further good comes when looking at the subjects that are taught at Kent. Social Work, Anthropology, American Studies and Economics were all ranked in the top ten in the country respectively. Three quarters of Kent’s 28 subjects are also ranked within to national top 30.

The commitment made by the staff at the University of Kent has been shown. The student feedback that is made is always taken into account and, if possible, is improved on. The Vice Chancellor, Professor Julia Goodfellow, was extremely pleased with Kent’s high ranking – stating that the university continues to deliver “one of the best student experiences in the country”.

With regard to other league tables, the University of Kent has been ranked in the top 40 in both the Times Good University Guide and the Independent’s Complete University Guide.

With state of the art buildings and facilities, high quality teaching and student satisfaction, it is no wonder that Kent is doing so well nationally.

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