Successful visit to Bahrain, Qatar and India

The University of Kent is continuing to strengthen its links with Bahrain, Qatar and India following highly successful delegation visits this February.

During their visit, staff of the University of Kent traveled to various universities and schools across all three nations including the University of Bahrain, Royal University of Women (Bahrain), Amity University (India), Jindal Global University (India) and Doha Academy (Qatar). As well as meeting with colleagues, members of the delegation were able to deliver seminars and sessions with groups of students, including an Academic Skills class delivered by Dean for Internationalisation to students of Jindal Global University.

In addition to the institutional visits, the Kent delegation held three Alumni Engagement events providing opportunity for them to meet with members of Kent’s alumni, prospective students, institutional collaborators and friends.

Dr. Anthony Manning said: “As part of our Internationalisation Strategy, the University of Kent has a strong commitment to further develop and enhance partnerships and networks in the wider international world. We are thankful to the institutional teams who welcomed us, for the useful discussions and exchange of ideas, as well as the great opportunity to meet with students, collaborators, alumni and friends across this region”

Other members of the delegation visiting were: Fiona Jones, Primrose Paskins, Carla Morris, Eleri Caruana, Stella Bolaki and Rebecca Hobbs.

With a strong global impact based on the external networks and partnerships with leading universities across the world, the University of Kent remains committed to driving forward the development of a range of global partnership activity and is proud of our excellent international reputation and 388 links with institutions around the world.

For further information on the University’s partnership activity, please contact International Partnerships


Bahrain alumni, applicants, partners and friends
School visit in India
School visit in India
Visit to Amity University New Delhi