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Studying at Kingston

We offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Kingston University. You might also be interested in our:

You can also come to Kingston as visiting student on a Study Abroad or exchange programme.

Entry requirements

We recognise a variety of international qualifications for entry.

Academic entry requirements vary so you should check our undergraduate and postgraduate course pages for the exact requirements of your chosen course or programme.

If your first language is not English, it is important that you also achieve a good level of English language ability before starting your studies. Please check whether you meet our English language requirements.

Teaching roomThe learning environment

Teaching methods vary from subject to subject, but most taught courses are delivered through:

  • lectures – the most formal method of teaching, providing you with the foundation for further independent study;
  • seminars – which encourage group discussion; and
  • tutorials – smaller group discussions.

Other methods of teaching include:

  • language laboratory classes;
  • project work;
  • science and technology practical exercises; and
  • studio work in art and design.

Many courses also include a work placement, which give you the chance to gain practical experience in business or industry.

Appropriate information technology will be available on each course to help you produce course work or solve problems.

Prospectus for international studentsSee our latest international prospectuses for undergraduate and postgraduate courses and to find out more about studying at Kingston.

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