"The Faculty comprises of two thriving schools – Kingston Business School and Kingston Law School – which will be your home for the rest of your studies (and beyond when you graduate and join the alumni community). Both schools are recognised nationally and internationally as leading centres of study and are committed to ensuring the quality of their teaching, research and student experience. All of us here, your lecturers, student engagement officer and student and course administrators, look forward to your arrival. We will be here to support and guide you – but remember, the hard work has to come from you! I hope that you also find time to engage in extra-curricular activities, clubs and societies. I wish you an excellent time at Kingston Business School and Kingston Law School."
Professor Ron Tuninga, Dean of the Faculty of Business and Law
Welcome Week begins on Monday 19 September 2016, and is an essential part of your transition into university life. The week includes a series of important interactive talks and information sessions introducing you to the University. On certain days you will have your timetabled course induction, while on other days you can choose the welcome events and activities that you wish to attend and to tailor your first week with us.
Before your first day of Welcome Week you are required to complete the first stage of enrolment.
The business and law student office will be your first point of contact for most of your day-to-day queries during your time at Kingston. They hold details of timetables and modules and can also provide you with other administrative information (for example, if you need a reference).
The business and law student office is in room BS0007 on the ground floor of the Kingston Business School on the Kingston Hill campus.
You can visit the student office between 10.00am–4.00pm, Monday to Friday. Alternatively you can contact your course administrator directly by phone or email during normal working hours.
You will meet your course administrator and be given their contact details during your induction sessions.
The student support and engagement officer, is the first point of contact for students who are experiencing problems, need advice or who are just after information. They can help you with:
What I liked about the Kingston Hill campus where the Business and Law Schools are located is that there are a lot of open spaces and green areas.
The course looked like something I would enjoy throughout my years here, as it meant I could continue learning a subject I had previously enjoyed but also try something new.