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Your faculty

A faculty is a community of students and staff who are studying and teaching similar subjects. For example, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences includes teaching subjects such as economics, performance studies, humanities and social sciences.

Kingston University is organised into five faculties, which are in turn divided into schools covering specific subject areas.

The faculty that teaches your course will support you during your time at Kingston and help you with your studies.

The different faculties have different induction programmes, support services and facilities so follow the links below to find out more:

Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture

Here you will find a creative and stimulating environment, which encourages collaboration between the different disciplines.

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences offers a flexible combination of economics, humanities, performance/screen studies and social sciences.

Faculty of Business and Law

The Faculty of Business and Law enjoys close links with both local companies and international partners.

Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education

The Faculty's partnership with St George's, University of London means it can offer a wide range of health and social care courses.

Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing

Courses in the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing are supported by research and consultancy. The Faculty is well equipped with specialist labs and equipment.

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Kingston University
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 9000

Contact us

Kingston University
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 9000

Which faculty teaches my course?

If you're unsure which faculty your course fits into, view our full list to check.

Remember that if you're studying a joint honours course, the two parts may be covered by different subject areas.

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