with an International Foundation Year
Overlooking the city of Canterbury and its famous cathedral, the University of Kent is a picturesque location to study abroad. Home to students from over 150 locations, the University prides itself on its diverse student body. With a Foundation Year, we'll help you get there.
A Foundation Year with British Study Centres is the first step towards obtaining a place at university in the UK.
If you complete your NCUK course with BSC you will be guaranteed a place at one of our 16 partner universities, including the University of Kent. You'll also improve your knowledge of academic English and get an understanding of the UK university system.
Perfect for students who would like to study any of a range of engineering programmes after the Foundation Year.
The right choice for students interested in taking a business-related course after the Foundation Year.
Students who would like to progress to a degree such as Law, Journalism, Literature or Politics after the Foundation Year.
Study with staff and students from around the globe.
Ranked in the top 20 for Research Intensity by the Times Higher Education.
Located in a peaceful cathedral city with excellent transport links to London.
Student Case Study
“We have great teachers on my university degree and I like the style of teaching in the UK. The university's accommodation is excellent.”
Ebunoluwa Adeniran, NCUK International Foundation Year, University of Kent, LLB (Hons) Law
Get guaranteed entry to one of our partner universities when you complete our Foundation Year programme.
Your journey towards studying at the University of Kent starts with an International Foundation Year. Gain the skills you need to progress and be guaranteed a place at prestigious universities across the UK. Watch the video to find out what it's like to study at the University of Kent.
Still not convinced? Here's why you should study in the UK.
The University of Kent offers an excellent range of course across all departments. Previous Foundation Year students have progressed to study:
For a full list of progression courses please visit the NCUK website.