Kent Business School November 2018 Reception

Celebrate your degree achievement with us on the day of your graduation.

Class of 2018 November Reception

You are warmly invited to attend the Kent Business School Class of 2018 November Graduation reception.

The reception will be an opportunity for you to celebrate your graduation prior to the congregation ceremony with your family, friends and Kent Business School staff.

It will be held from 13.00 until 15.30 on Friday 23 November 2018 in the grounds of the House of Agnes, Canterbury.

Canapés, prosecco and a light buffet will be served at the reception. You will also be able to have your photograph taken by our professional photographer.

Please bring your Kent One card with you to obtain entry. 

Please look at the University Congregations web page for further information concerning Graduation.


House of Agnes

The House of Agnes is located at 71 St Dunstan’s Street, Canterbury, Kent CT2 8BN. It is in the heart of historic Canterbury, 5 minutes drive from the A2 and a short walk from:

    • Canterbury West station (High-Speed connection to St Pancras International)
    • Whitefriars bus station (National Express and local bus services)
    • Canterbury East station (London Victoria and Port of Dover)

We encourage you to have change available for parking on the day, or arranging a pre-paid option. Canterbury also operates a park and ride service at multiple locations in the city and a variety of taxi services.

Map of Canterbury detailing location of House of Agnes.

Reserve your tickets

To reserve your tickets, please register using the link below by Friday 16 November 2018. When registering, please ensure you use your Kent email address. All future communications regarding this event will be sent using this address.


3 responses to “Kent Business School November 2018 Reception

  1. University of Kent Business School was simply fantastic , especially the teaching Faculty were indeed excellent and caring, special thanks to Prof. Thanos.Prof.Martin Myer and Prof. Zita Stone and Prof. Adolf Acquae.

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