Kingston University offers a range of full- and part-time taught courses in a wide range of subject areas.
Typically taken over one or two years. Students gain an in-depth understanding of their subject area with an elective module system and final dissertation assignment.
Postgraduate diploma (PgDip)
Students will study taught modules. A final dissertation is not required for course completion. Students may progress from a PgDip to a masters degree by accumulating course credits.
Postgraduate certificate (PgCert)
Similar to the PgDip, but can be completed in just 15 weeks, with three-modules of study and no final dissertation.
Postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE)
This one-year training course provides a pathway to many forms of teaching through a blend of university-based learning and school placements.
Can be studied for continued professional development or personal development.
Kingston University’s research responds to global challenges in areas such as health and well-being, sustainable development, economic and cultural prosperity and the future of work and learning. This is underpinned by their commitment to realising social justice, human rights, equality, diversity and inclusion.
The university is committed to supporting communities of researchers and research students to develop the knowledge, skills and competencies they need to become leaders in their field. Students benefit from quality academic supervision and mentoring, career guidance and the faculty’s well-established collaborative relationships with industry.
Graduate Research School
All postgraduate research students at Kingston are supported by the Graduate Research School. The school runs research development training, mentoring and career development programmes for research students and provides advice and guidance on funding sources, regulations and other related issues.
Kingston University employs a range of innovative modern teaching methods, including online lectures and course resources as well as a virtual learning platform which enables students to submit assignments remotely. While most courses include a remote learning component, the university has developed a carefully curated selection of fully online e-learning options, which enable students to study a Kingston University degree from anywhere in the world. These courses are ideal for those students who need to be flexible with their hours of study, who may have young families to take care of or are working full-time jobs.
E-learning students benefit from small groups and live online masterclasses. There are also options for blended learning study, where students attend the university campus for two days per week. All distance learning students are assigned a personal tutor and attend one-to-one tutorials via the online learning platform.
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