Welcome to the country information for students from France.
Kingston University has welcomed students from France onto courses in many areas, including Business, Law, Finance, Architecture, Art & Design, Psychology, Economics, Filmmaking, Life Sciences and Engineering.
Students from France are attracted to Kingston University by its proximity to London, supportive community, excellent reputation in teaching, range of accommodation options and modern facilities. Read more about why you should choose Kingston University.
At Kingston University, most bachelors and masters degrees are delivered through lectures, seminars, tutorials and then studio- or laboratory-based practice depending on the subject area. We also offer support with your academic English while you study. Read more about studying at Kingston University.
As an undergraduate student at Kingston University, you will have the opportunity to study abroad; a life-changing experience which can also really enhance your career prospects. We have Erasmus exchange agreements with more than 80 European institutions as well as Study Abroad partnerships with over 20 universities around the world, so you can choose an experience to suit you.
As a new undergraduate student from France, you can apply for a place in a Kingston University hall of residence. We also offer advice to all students on accommodation options in and around Kingston.
Students from France applying to study for a bachelors degree at Kingston are eligible to apply for a UK student loan provided by the UK government to cover the cost of tuition fees.
We have a number of bursaries and scholarships available to students from the EU, including annual fund bursaries for postgraduate students and several bursaries and scholarships offered to students on a postgraduate business course.
Kingston University has a number of progression route partnerships with colleges, universities and institutions. These include:
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|Skema Business School (France)||Undergraduate advanced entry routes|
Most bachelors degrees in the UK are three years in duration and masters degrees are one year only. This is an advantage for French students as it means you can complete your masters degree in a shorter time and pay less tuition fees.