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Canterbury is an attractive and historic city in in the southeast of England, around 50 miles from London. In addition to famous heritage sites that attract large numbers of international tourists, Canterbury's three universities around 30,000 resident students.
With architectural features and heritage sites from a range of periods, Canterbury is one of the most historic cities in England. Following the murder of St Thomas Beckett, its cathedral became a major site of medieval pilgrimage, a tradition celebrated in one of the earliest great works of English Literature, Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales.
This practice helped enrich Canterbury, which also featured a range of other important religious sites and buildings, ranging from the remains of St Augustine's Abbey (the first to be constructed in England) to several friaries associated with different monkish orders.
Much of this heritage is carefully preserved within the city, including cobbled shopping areas as well as Canterbury's sole surviving medieval gate, the Westgate, through which traffic still enters the city centre (few other destinations for postgraduate study allow you to watch a double-decker bus pass through a fourteenth-century stone gate).
This exceptional heritage, together with an attractive city centre and the vibrant nightlife generated by a large student population, make Canterbury is an appealing university city.
Students enjoy discounted entry to landmarks such as the cathedral and the abbey ruins, whilst many of the city's impressive number of pubs and bars are themselves housed in historic inns that once catered to pilgrims and tourists.
The oldest university in Canterbury is the University of Kent, situated on a large hilltop campus above the city centre. Founded in 1965, Kent is usually ranked in or around the top 50 UK universities.
The city's other large university is Canterbury Christchurch University. Christchurch was originally founded in 1962 as a teacher training college (gaining university status in 2005) and its programmes in education are still regarded as being of particularly high quality.
Canterbury is also home to the University for the Creative Arts, a specialist institution which formed in 2005 following the merger of two art and design colleges.
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Do you love your subject, but want the breadth of teaching that primary teaching offers? Do you love working with the primary age range, but also want to develop a specialist subject which will enable you to teach in both primary and secondary schools? If so, then this may be the PGCE course for you. Read more
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Advanced and Specialist Healthcare (Applied Dental Professional Practice) MSc is a flexible, part-time, multi-professional postgraduate programme designed for dental professionals who wish to develop their academic skills alongside their professional role. Read more
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The major civilisations of the ancient world still shape global culture today, with the Roman Empire spanning Europe, Africa and Asia. Our MA in Ancient History enables you to gain an advanced understanding of ancient culture, whether you focus on literature, thought, art or religion, and includes your second term spent in Rome, the heart of the Roman Empire. Read more
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A range of courses developed with public sector organisations within the education, teaching, business, health, law and psychology spheres.
The School of History at Kent has lively, research-led postgraduate communities across a range of historical areas and topics. Students play an active role, with the opportunity to work alongside academics recognised as experts in their respective fields. Ranked 8th nationally for research intensity in the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF), 99% of the School’s research was judged to be of international quality.