Here you can find out more about getting ready to study a science, engineering or computing course (view our full list of science, engineering and computing courses to check whether this applies to you).
Please note that this information only relates to courses taught at Kingston University – if you are attending a partner college, they will get in touch with you with the relevant information.
Now you've applied – have you checked to see whether you are eligible for help to fund your studies? We offer a range of scholarships or bursaries for home and overseas students.
You can find out what our students say about their studies or discover more about the academics who'll be teaching you by re-visiting the course pages.
And don't forget to sign up for our post-application taster events in March and April next year. You will get to meet the course lecturers, chat to current students and get a real feel for studying your course at Kingston University.
With the help of industry experts and professional bodies, our courses are regularly reviewed to ensure they meet today's business needs.
Our facilities include specialist and industry-standard equipment to ensure you learn using the 'tools of the trade' – whilst industrial placements allow you to put theory into practice in the workplace.
We have an excellent graduate employment record – and thanks to our strong links with industry, excellent teaching and top careers advice we will ensure you leave ready for your first job.
Tutors have set office hours so it's easy to get one-to-one help and support if you need it. When you join the course, we will assign you a personal tutor to help and support you throughout your time at the University. Every module also has a leader who you can also turn to, plus there are the overall course leaders. Our student support officers provide an extra point of contact if you want to discuss or review your progress. You can go to the support officers with any issue that you feel is preventing you from achieving your full potential. You can also speak to a student support officer if you simply have a question and don't know who else to ask. Find out more about student support.
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I chose Kingston because it had a range of interesting courses which suited me. The fact that I can do a one year placement as a part of my study and gain some valuable experience very much appealed to me.
I have always aspired to be a doctor, hence why I chose biomedical science, however I have also started to think about a career in research as well.