Starting in 2024, our fund will be available to all full-time student members to help cover expenses and costs during your study period. Contact our Student Ambassadors Alex Read at the University of Kent and Grace Conium at Canterbury Christ Church University to learn more about how the Student Fund can support your academic journey.
The Society provides a unique opportunity for volunteers to help conserve, curate, and digitise valuable documents and artefacts from all over Kent. With your help, we can ensure that these treasures are protected for future generations. We would love to hear from you if you're interested in getting involved in an ongoing project or developing your dissertation project.
Free membership is available to registered students aged 18+ studying any subject at any institution worldwide, with access to the latest editions of Archaeologia Cantiana and the KAS Magazine in PDF.
Grants, bursaries & prizes
The KAS administer, fund and distribute grants, bursaries and prizes in support of initiatives and projects which meet our core value of bringing the past to the present for everyone. Many of the grants are funded by the generous legacies of past supporters.
University of Kent training dig grant
Tue, 19 Jan 2021
Dr Steve Willis of the University of Kent provides an update on a fieldwork grant awarded in 2019 to enable students from the university to attend a training dig in Lincolnshire.