We're proud to be ranked a top 50 UK university and ranked in the top 10 in the UK for five subject areas: education, nursing and midwifery, fashion and textiles, design and crafts and film production and photography. We're also ranked the top university in London for nursing and midwifery and fashion and textiles (Guardian league table 2022).
Kingston provides the ideal study location. The university is located in a student-friendly riverside town of Kingston upon Thames, that’s just 30 minutes from the centre of London.
There’s a lot happening at Kingston. Our new landmark building, Town House, located at our Penrhyn Road campus opened in January 2020 and provides outstanding study facilities for students, including a new library with over 1,000 study spaces, flexible learning areas, a covered courtyard, cafes, dance studios and roof top gardens.
You’ll be connected to a range of activities aimed to help you develop inside and outside of the classroom, from studying abroad to learning a new language with our free, Kingston Language Scheme. Some of the best things about going to university are all the clubs and societies that you can join, and at Kingston you can choose from over 100 of them.
The best way to get a feel for what it's like to live and study at Kingston University is to join us at one of our virtual Open Days. You'll get to find out more about our courses, speak to the lecturers that teach them and the students who are studying them and find out about the wide variety of support available to you, including advice on student finance and understanding the UCAS process.
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Hi! We're here on hand to answer all your questions about student life. If you want to know anything at all about Kingston, please get in touch via our Kingston Official Forum or PM us and we will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible.
Teaching Excellence Framework Award (TEF)
Here at Kingston University, we have been awarded the Bronze certification for delivering teaching, learning and outcomes for our students that meet rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.
Our next Open Days take place on:
- Saturday 9 April 2022
- Wednesday 15 June 2022
- Wednesday 6 July 2022
- Saturday 20 August 2022
- Saturday 24 September 2022
- Saturday 22 October 2022
- Wednesday 9 November 2022
To find out when the next Open Day is, take a look at the Open Day calendar here.
Almost all of London’s most iconic landmarks are within a 30 minute train ride from Kingston. Each campus at Kingston University has its own unique character. Linked together by the University's free intersite bus service they combine state-of-the-art facilities with a friendly study environment. Buses also run both locally and from other parts of London. Trains run regularly from London Waterloo to Kingston station (midweek four trains per hour, journey times 28–33 minutes) or Surbiton station (midweek 10 trains per hour, journey times 15–32 minutes) for Penrhyn Road and Knights Park campus sites.
The Dance Society has 7 winning competition teams, in Ballet, Latin, Tap, Hip Hop, Novice Hip Hop, Jazz, and Contemporary.We like to think of ourselves as a family and welcome anyone who wants to become a part of that, and has a passion for dance!
The Bella Italia Society aims to share the best of the Italian culture by focusing on its most interesting traits such as movies, cuisine, and anything that could make its members have fun together. Everyone is welcome to join us during our trip through the beauties of this country.
Whether you're a hardcore film buff, or just want to watch films on the big screen, come along and join them! They screen films from every conceivable genre: foreign language films, animated films, independent, documentaries, comedies, thrillers - anything you can possibly imagine!
To help international students network with each other and UK home students, make new friends from another culture, acclimatise to the Kingston area and to practice language skills.
The society is determined to bring about the full potential of all its members through goal setting, accountability coaching, workshops and peer-to-peer mentoring. This society will help you take those steps that will be crucial to your development and will provide you with opportunities you never knew were available.
Other Contact Details
53–57 High Street
Kingston upon Thames
Tel: +44 (0)203 510 0106
For general enquiries about applications and admissions:
Email: [email protected]