About University of Kent

The UK's European university With study centres across Europe and strong European links in teaching and research, the University of Kent is ideally positioned to serve as a global gateway to Europe. Within our international community, we attract a high percentage of European students and staff who help to create an atmosphere of cultural exchange.

Why University of Kent

- There are 5,000 EU and international undergraduates currently studying at the university’s UK campuses. - They value the contribution that international and European students bring to our community and provide a range of services to ease the transition into university life. - Every student has a personal tutor and additional support is managed by service departments across the university. Autism Studies PCert, Postgraduate Certificate, Learn more about our awards, PDip, MA. This programme is an advanced professional development programme involving some or all of the following: distance learning; study workshops. Autism Studies can be completed mainly by distance learning. Advanced Child Protection. The Advanced Child Protection MA is a distance learning programme which runs on a part-time basis for two or more years. The programme is for experienced professionals and is fully accredited by the University of Kent. The MA gives a 360-degree perspective on child protection, introducing you to the viewpoints of academics, practitioners, organisations, parents, children and young people, integrated with contemporary research theory and policy. The impact that technology has on protecting children as well as the effect of the globalisation of the abuse and exploitation of vulnerable children is considered throughout. The MA has attracted national and international students, all with a variety of experience in child protection. The opportunity to access this diverse pool of knowledge, within an environment that allows you to question and excel, has made the Advanced Child Protection MA a success.

About the Centre for Child Protection

The Centre for Child Protection is part of the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research (SSPSSR) and is the first centre of its kind in Europe. Combining research with distance learning programmes and a range of innovative serious training games, the Centre for Child Protection is leading the way in building knowledge and training opportunities for professionals working in this area. The Centre is led and informed by a team of experts in the field of child protection. With many years of experience in both research and practice, we are committed to improving the provision of continued professional development to enhance the skills of those involved in child protection. The Centre’s range of serious game simulations provide research-based case studies and opportunities to explore the complex dynamics involved in making professional assessments and decisions in these contexts. The University was presented with the 2016 Guardian University Award for digital innovation in recognition of the ground-breaking 'Lottie' project, which provides an interactive simulation tool to help children become more aware of the dangers of sexual grooming.

Locations and Addresses:

Canterbury, UK: The University of Kent Canterbury Kent CT2 7NZ
Founded in: 1965 Establishment: University Institution type: Public University Total number of students: 18,985 (2014/15). Type of accommodation: Off campus and on campus Contact WhatsApp: (+44) 7956253150