The University’s annual Europe Day celebrations will take place this year on Tuesday 12th May, at the Canterbury campus.
A range of activities are on offer throughout the day including a Treasure Hunt, European food stalls, photo competition, language taster sessions, Petanque tournament and a European Opportunities Fair (in the Plaza 12-3pm). Entry to the event is free and there are lots of prizes on offer for both staff and students, including cinema tickets for the Gulbenkian, a £100 amazon voucher, and lunch for two at the Pavilion.
The European Opportunities Fair will include stalls from the University’s Go Abroad team in International Development, Careers and Employability Service, Kent’s European Centres, Language Express and the student society AEGEE. So if you want to find out more about studying, working or volunteering in Europe, are considering learning a language, or want to find out more about the Summer Schools at our European Centres, then please come along to the Plaza between 12-3pm.
On Tuesday evening, you can learn more about Canterbury’s historical links with Europe with a lecture on the Via Francigena: in the footsteps of Medieval pilgrims’ which will take place in Grimond Lecture Theatre 1 at 6pm, hosted by Dr Barbara Bombi.
To find out more, please see www.kent.ac.uk/international/europeday.html
Everyone is welcome to come and celebrate Europe Day with us!