University of Kent at Canterbury
The University of Kent at Canterbury (UKC) was founded in 1965 as a Beloff's plate glass university with Princess Marina, the Duchess of Kent, installed as the first Chancellor. The rural campus saw rapid expansion over the next 50 years, growing to comprise 24 schools and 40 specialist research centres, and seeing student numbers rise from the original 500 to over 20,000, today. The university also has several partnerships with other universities and colleges in Canterbury and wider Kent, as well as other campuses in Tonbridge, Medway, Brussels, Paris, and Athens.
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