Welcome to the country information for students from India.
With nearly 20,000 students, including international students from 154 countries, and 247 students from India, Kingston University is the largest provider of higher education in south-west London, offering an extensive range courses in business, law, engineering, science, computing, the arts, social sciences, art and design.
Based in an attractive location on the River Thames, just 30 minutes from central London, Kingston is known for its career-focussed courses and excellent teaching quality.
Kingston University is very proud to be associated with our partner institutions in India. For further information on studying Kingston University courses in India, specifically in the fields of Business and Art and Design, our partnerships page can tell you in detail of the options available.
Our range of January intake courses are now open for applications. Simply choose your course and apply online.
We visit India on average five times a year, typically in October, November, February, May and June. Areas you can expect to meet us in include: Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Pune. Find out about our scheduled visits.
Kingston University also offers international scholarships of £4,000, open to students from India as well as the rest of the world. Scholarships are awarded based on academic merit.
Kingston University is delighted to be part of the GREAT scholarship programme in collaboration with the British Council India. These scholarships are specifically for Postgraduate students from India only.
We will be awarding six scholarships of £5,000 each. The deadline to apply is 31st of May. More information available on our soon on our International Scholarships pages.
From September 2016, Kingston University is delighted to offer two Undergraduate scholarships worth £4,000 each. These will be exclusively available for Undergraduate Indian students, thanks to the generosity of Kingston alumnus Mr Rajiv Poddar.
You will also be close to the large Indian communities based in London. There are 173,000 Indians living here. If you include British people of Indian origin, the figure reaches 437,000 – 6% of London's population.
The Indian community contributes hugely to London's multicultural vibrancy. You will find:
Popular areas for Indian communities to live include Kingston itself, as well as nearby Tooting, Southall and Wembley.