Your postgraduate journey starts here! 

University response to Government lockdown announcement – 5 January 2021

Have you visited the Hello Kent website yet? It features all the information you will need to know before and after arrival. It will also have all the events you can take part in during your first few weeks, in person and virtually.

During your first few weeks at Kent you will be given a lot of information.That is why the Graduate and Researcher College has designed this page for you to explore and to come back to at your own leisure.

On this page

Graduate and Researcher College Presentations
Links to the Postgraduate Student Handbooks
Researcher Development Programme – for research students
Global Skills Award – for taught Master’s students
Library Information
Health and Wellbeing
Covid-19 FAQs

Presentations

Postgraduate Researcher – Graduate and Researcher College Presentation

Slide presentation with links ⇒ PDF (1MB)

Audio presentation ⇒ YouTube 

 

 

Postgraduate Taught Master’s – Graduate and Researcher College Presentation

Slide presentation with website links ⇒ PDF (1.42MB)

Audio presentation ⇒ YouTube

 


Handbooks

Postgraduate Research Student Handbook 2020/21

Postgraduate Taught Master’s Student Handbook 2020/21

Researcher Development Programme

Who is it for? The Researcher and Development Programme (RDP) is for all postgraduate research students. This includes full-time and part-time students, those studying a Master’s, MPhil or PhD, and postdoctoral researchers.

What is it? The RDP is designed to equip postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers with a full range of skills. It improves your effectiveness as a researcher and ensures that by the end of your research project, you are both highly qualified and employable in a variety of careers.

Keep an eye on the Graduate and Researcher College events page for the latest sessions or login to the online booking system to browse workshops.

Global Skills Award

Who is it for? The Global Skills Award (GSA) is for all postgraduate taught Master’s students. This includes full-time and part-time students.

What is it? The GSA is a programme of lectures and skills workshops designed to broaden your understanding of global issues and current affairs. It also develops your personal skills and enhances your career prospects while you study for your Master’s. The programme runs from October to May and is free of charge.

Keep an eye on the Graduate and Researcher College events page for the latest sessions or login to the online booking system to browse workshops.

Library Information 


Drill Hall                                                    Templeman

⇒ Hello Library and IT e-induction module 

Health and Wellbeing

Covid-19 FAQs