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Kingston Hill campus

Students based here study:

  • Business
  • Law
  • Music
  • Health
  • Social Care
  • Education

Leafy Kingston Hill is about three miles from Kingston town centre. Once part of a country estate, some of its landscaped gardens and the large Victorian house are still visible.

During the years a range of modern buildings have gone up on the hillside campus so students also benefit from cutting-edge facilities.


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Kingston Business School Walkway between Kingston Business School and Frank Lampl building Three students on grass outside Coombehurst House at Kingston Hill Interior view of Hannafords Student Union bar, Kingston Hill Exterior view of the Nightingale Centre at Kingston Hill campus Interior of cafeteria at Kingston Hill Exterior view of Sir Frank Lampl building at Kingston Hill The pond-dipping platform at Kingston Hill

Learning resources

During the last 15 years, we have invested in developing the campus. This includes:

  • a 300-seat lecture theatre;
  • new teaching spaces;
  • a £26m teaching building, home to the Kingston Business School;
  • learning resources centre;
  • green spaces and meeting areas; and
  • improving pedestrian access.

We further improved the learning resources centre in 2008 with a £5million extension. Named the Nightingale Centre, it includes a learning cafe, more PCs and extra study areas.

A community feel

Kingston Hill has a good community feel thanks to its many on-site facilities, including:

  • teaching rooms and computer labs;
  • a fully equipped music studio;
  • halls of residence with rooms for 565 students; and
  • a bar, cafe and restaurant.

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