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.
Students from all campuses converge on this large central complex which is home to the students' union headquarters, the main gym and health centre. It is also the site of the University's new landmark building which will open in 2019.
Accessibility: The campus is made up of a number of buildings with the LRC based in the Main Building. All buildings have lift access. The campus has a mixture of buildings with lift access in all the main buildings and in the Learning Resource Centre.
Students based here: arts and social sciences; civil engineering and construction; computing and information systems; mathematics and statistics; radiography; science; and surveying.
Kingston Hill is a modern hillside campus set within landscaped gardens and protected woodland. It lies next to Richmond Park, the largest of London's eight Royal Parks, yet is only three miles from Kingston town centre. Some students live on campus and so it has a real community feel.
Accessibility: This campus is close to Penrhyn Road and next to Middle Mill halls of residence. There is lift access to the Learning Resource Centre and teaching areas.
Students based here: business; education; health; law; music; and social care.
Knights Park has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Its setting next to the Hogsmill River (a tributary of the River Thames) provides a picturesque backdrop and quiet social space while also being within walking distance of Kingston town centre.
Accessibility: The campus is situated on a hill and has three levels. There are a combination of both internal and external lifts and ramps which allow access to areas on the site. There are accessible parking spaces on all three levels on the campus.
Students based here: architecture; and art and design.
Roehampton Vale is a modern building close to Richmond Park. Its top-quality facilities have been designed exclusively for engineering students, providing an important vocational experience.
Accessibility: This campus has two buildings, both with lift access to all floors.
Students based here: aerospace engineering; automotive engineering; motorcycle engineering; and mechanical engineering.
Our health and social care courses are run in partnership with St George's, University of London (SGUL). Some students are therefore based at SGUL's campus at St George's Hospital in Tooting, south-west London.
Students based here: advanced practice (healthcare); clinical practice; healthcare practice; maternal and child health; midwifery; paramedic science; physiotherapy; and rehabilitation.