At Kingston University, welcoming difference is their greatest strength.
They are committed to ensuring higher education is accessible to everyone and proudly champion alternative routes into university. They work closely with industry to create courses for tomorrow’s future, meaning your career is future-proofed, helping students put their academic knowledge into practice. This ensures when you leave, you’ll have the agility and problem solving skills you need to thrive in an ever-changing world.
When you join Kingston University, you become part of one of four faculties. Each has their own distinctive character and feature a wide range of resources and facilities that will support your studies.
The best way to find out if Kingston is the place for you, is to meet them in person. With a range of events throughout the year you have the opportunity to find out more about them at a number of open days. The open days are designed so that you’ll leave with all the information you need to decide if Kingston is the place for you.
On the day, you can:
Booking is essential as places fill up fast! To book, please click here.
Prospective students can also take part in a student-led tour of the campuses. You’ll get to discover students’ favourite places to hang out on campus and ask them any questions you have about being a Kingston student. Tours run on a regular basis and therefore provide a flexible way for you to visit if you cannot make an Open Day.
To find out more and book, please click here.
If you’ve applied for a course that doesn’t require an interview, you’ll be invited to an Applicant Experience Day. These days are designed to be ‘a day in the life of’, where you’ll be able to test drive your course and connect with the students who will be in the same classes as you.
Kingston University students on Whatuni say:
“Good uni, good facilities, excellent course, good location.”
“New, different and challenging.”
“So far so good. Faculty is really helpful and friendly.”
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