Kent's Paris School of Arts and Culture opened in Montparnasse in 2009 and has gone from strength to strength. With a long history as the European Capital of Culture, from Roman times to the present, Paris has seen a number of political regimes rise and fall. Discovering the impact the city has had on its citizens, and they on it, is part of the pleasure of studying in Paris
The University of Kent's Paris School of Arts and Culture offers a unique selection of innovative and cross-disciplinary postgraduate degrees in the Humanities. Students can choose to begin their one-year MA in the world heritage city of Canterbury and relocate in the spring term to the Montparnasse district of Paris or spend the entire academic year at our Paris centre (for select MA programmes).
Our programmes offer you the exceptional opportunity to study film, art, creative writing, literature, history, religion and architecture, following in the footsteps of eminent intellectuals who lived in, and took inspiration from, these cities.
Staff teaching in Paris are also active researchers in their specialist disciplines and their academic schools are among the UK leaders for Research Power, Quality and Intensity (REF 2014).
Our graduates enjoy a high success rate in pursuing their chosen careers after graduation. Helped by the experience of studying in another country and working closely with leading academic staff, our recent graduates have gone on to work in areas including arts management, teaching and education administration; have obtained posts as editors and film producers; or continued their studies moving on to a PhD.
During your studies you can choose to undertake one internship as an integral part of your academic programme of study. Former students secured internships at the British Council (France), UNESCO, an arts advertising agency, publishing houses, an architectural firm, and the European Commission in Brussels.
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All our students are responsible for organising their own accommodation whilst in Paris, although the University of Kent, Paris team will help students in their search by giving advice, providing contacts to known landlords or property sites, making phone calls in French and helping students to read through French documents if necessary.
We have excellent online library resources via the University's library, inter-library loan, and e-book access. As Paris School of Arts and Culture students, you become members of the American Library in Paris and France’s premier research library, the Bibliothèque nationale de France. The University also organises your membership of specialist libraries and archives related to your subject.
Study facilities at Reid Hall include computer workstations, free wi-fi access and full audiovisual equipment in classrooms. There is also a state-of the-art multimedia room for viewing films.
Advice on healthcare in France, disability and other student support and wellbeing is available from the University as well as staff in Paris.
The School is based in Montparnasse next to the Latin quarter, a district teeming with student life focused around the historic Sorbonne.
Reid Hall, where most of your seminars take place, provides modern study and support facilities in beautiful 18th-century buildings. Some seminars take place off-site in a location chosen to enhance the treatment of ideas and concepts. Most modules also include an exciting range of study trips to various settings in Paris designed to further enhance your understanding of material covered.
We have excellent online library resources, inter-library loan and e-book access.Paris students become members of the American Library in Paris and Bibliothèque nationale de France.
One of the best things about Kent’s Paris School of Arts and Culture is the chance it gives you to work with other students from across the humanities. Each year, our students produce an arts and culture magazine and organise an MA festival, both from scratch. Paris students are also part of the Graduate School which works in partnership with academic schools, faculties, central service departments and Kent Union to enhance the quality of the postgraduate student experience across all campuses and create a vibrant postgraduate community at Kent.
studying French in an anglophone country isn't easy. I have to put in extra works and efforts in order to reach the expectation of those who wrote the syllabus. I am better at writing and I look forward to studying in France because I'm certain it will help me in perfecting my overall skills.
I have a very great experience about my study life .. that was such an incredible moments for me... the faculity taught us was outstanding ... thats enough to describe and share my experience
It was very challenging but great experience. I mainly enjoyed the good standard of education there in terms of the theoretical aspects while their practical aspects was not really emphasized
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