Kingston University is a public research university located in Kingston upon Thames, southwest London, United Kingdom.
It was originally founded in 1899 and became a university in 1992.
Campuses are located in Kingston and Roehampton. There is a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate work spread across five faculties, as well as some further education provisions.
Kingston was founded as Kingston Technical College in 1899. Kingston University was granted university status under the Further and Higher Education Act 1992. In 1993, Kingston opened the Roehampton Vale campus building and in 1995, Kingston acquired Dorich House.
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Undergraduate Diploma, Postgraduate Diploma, Foundation Certificate
International Foundation Year
Pre – Masters
The Kingston University has a modern fitness center and spacious sports grounds which are equipped for game in soccer, tennis, cricket and a netball.
Kingston University Students' Union (KUSU) is a charitable organisation in place primarily to represent the student body and provide services and activities beneficial to that body. They are a student union in the mearning of the term given in the Education Act 1994 and whilst independent of the university are funded by a compulsory block grant from them.
The main offices are housed on the Penrhyn Road campus along with the 'Space' bar and the Penrhyn Road Students' Union shop. From their head office Kingston University Students' Union represents student views to the University through membership on university committees and the board of governors.
They also support students to enhance their experience at university through sports, societies and volunteering. Over 30 sports clubs and 70 societies are operated by KUSU and the volunteering department is the largest supplier of volunteers for the Royal Borough of Kingston. KUSU also offers independent advice (including Citizens' Advice) and representation through their Student Support services. They can advise on a range of issues from Housing to Academic Misconduct. This department also delivers a course rep system to the university's 26,000
KUSU runs 3 bars and 2 shops and the money is reinvested in the student benefit. Hannafords bar is located on Kingston Hill along with the Kingston Hill shop. Penrhyn Road is host to the space bar, KUSU's largest venue and the penrhyn road shop. Knights Park boasts a popular bar set on the bank of the Hogsmill river.
The Students' Union is run by an executive committee composed of mostly part-time officers. The four full-time elected officers take a sabbatical year to work full-time for the Students' Union as President, Vice President Education, Vice President Activities and Vice President Communications.
Elections are held every year to elect a new executive committee and KUSU is in the process of registering as a charity.
In addition to standard A-levels and IB qualifications, we also accept qualifications (with good grades) from a range of other countries for study at undergraduate or postgraduate level.
Kingston has students from over 150 countries worldwide.
If you don't meet the entry requirements you may want to consider applying for our International foundation year (IFY).
* You will need to take our International foundation course before starting an undergraduate degree.
You are normally required to hold a good recognised Bachelor degree from the UK or overseas. Find out more from our country-specific fact sheets.
We also require work experience for certain courses.
If you don't meet the entry requirements for a masters degree we offer a pre-masters programme (PMP) which offers routes into a variety of masters degrees in business and management.