Kingston University

Kingston University is a public research university located in Kingston upon Thames, southwest London, United Kingdom.

Kingston University is the largest provider of higher education in SW London, offering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in the UK & overseas.


  • Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture
  • Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Business and Law
  • Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education
  • Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing
• The university is revitalising its four campuses and has opened three major new buildings as part of a £123-million programme which will run to 2018. The new facilities have won plaudits from staff and students alike.
• The centrepiece is the £20-million John Galsworthy Building at the heart of the Penrhyn Road campus, which incorporates lecture theatres, flexible teaching space and information technology suites as well as a Knowledge Centre giving students a spacious setting, including at a laptop bar, in which to do course work.
• Among the facilities in the new buildings are multiple projection systems, video conferencing, interactive displays and built-in voting systems.
• The Learning Resources Centre at the Kingston Hill campus includes an internet café.
• Virtually all course modules are now available on Kingston’s pioneering web-based learning management system, StudySpace.
• There has been significant investment in installing the latest computer technology across all campuses and university sites.
• There have been extensive upgrades of Kingston’s library facilities at the heart of each campus. The Learning Resource Centres, bringing together library, computing and multi-media facilities, are at the forefront of thinking about how students learn.
• There have been extensive upgrades of the library facilities on each campus. Learning resource centres bring together library, computing and multimedia facilities to encourage interactive and group learning. There are bookable study rooms with multimedia facilities and specially equipped spaces dedicated to meeting the needs of disabled users. The main centres are open 24 hours a day during term-time weekdays and a high-tech self-issue system makes borrowing much quicker and easier.