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Kingston University graduate Asha Philip gets a hero's welcome after scooping Olympic bronze as part of Team GB women's relay squad at Rio 2016

Posted Tuesday 23 August 2016

Kingston University graduate Asha Philip gets a hero's welcome after scooping Olympic bronze as part of  Team GB women's relay squad at Rio 2016

A  Kingston University graduate was part of the celebrated Team GB relay quartet that won bronze at the Rio Olympics. Sprinter Asha Philip, who studied drama at Kingston University London from 2009 to 2012, ran first in the nail-biting final of the women's 4x100 metre on Friday, setting a British record of 41.77 seconds. The win gave Team GB its first medal in the event since the Los Angeles 1984 Olympics.


Kingston University's BA(Hons) Fashion degree elevated to second place in prestigious Business of Fashion Global Fashion School Rankings

Posted Tuesday 23 August 2016

Kingston University's BA(Hons) Fashion degree elevated to second place in prestigious Business of Fashion Global Fashion School Rankings

Kingston University's internationally-acclaimed BA(Hons) Fashion degree has been ranked number two in the world by leading website Business of Fashion. The University's undergraduate fashion programme rose from third spot to second in the eagerly anticipated annual listings compiled by the influential industry commentator - placing Kingston ahead of 48 other leading fashion institutions.


Eager applicants hit the phone lines to snap up final Kingston University course places as Clearing kicks off

Posted Thursday 18 August 2016

Eager applicants hit the phone lines to snap up final Kingston University course places as Clearing kicks off

Phones at Kingston University's Clearing headquarters have been ringing red hot since lines went live at 8.30am. By 11am on A-level results day, hotline operators had spoken to almost 1,300 prospective students keen to snap up one of the few remaining spots on degree courses starting this September, and already made more than 250 offers of a degree place.


Students urged to be prepared if they aim to secure a Kingston University place through Clearing

Posted Thursday 18 August 2016

Students urged to be prepared if they aim to secure a Kingston University place through Clearing

Admissions staff are urging aspiring undergraduates to think ahead so they can be first in line to snap up one of the final few course places available through Clearing this year.


Clearing gives history student opportunity to put past behind her and follow Kingston University degree ambitions

Posted Monday 15 August 2016

Clearing gives history student opportunity to put past behind her and follow Kingston University degree ambitions

A budding historian with a passion for delving into the past discovered a route on to a degree in the subject she loves by making a call to Kingston University's Clearing hotline. Shannon Everest feared her goal of studying history may simply become a distant memory after it didn't work out at her first university – but she was determined to make a success of her second chance in higher education.


Clearing opens the door for student to pursue newfound passion for social work at Kingston University

Posted Monday 15 August 2016

Clearing opens the door for student to pursue newfound passion for social work at Kingston University

A soul-searching trip to New Zealand last summer provided Pollyanna Marsden with a desire to start her studies afresh and a call to the Kingston University Clearing hotline was just the ticket to turn her dream of becoming a social worker in to reality.


Kingston Business School joins elite group of 5 per cent of top institutions worldwide awarded prestigious AACSB accreditation

Posted Wednesday 10 August 2016

Kingston Business School joins elite group of 5 per cent of top institutions worldwide awarded prestigious AACSB accreditation

Kingston Business School has joined an elite group of global institutions awarded prestigious international accreditation by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). A hallmark of excellence in business education, the accreditation has been earned by just 5 per cent of the world's business schools.


Kingston University sport science and nutrition degrees scoop 100 per cent student satisfaction rating for second year running in National Student Survey

Posted Wednesday 10 August 2016

Kingston University sport science and nutrition degrees scoop 100 per cent student satisfaction rating for second year running in National Student Survey

Kingston University's sport science and nutrition courses have achieved the gold standard 100 per cent student satisfaction rating in the National Student Survey (NSS) for the second year running. Both courses have topped the NSS leader board this year alongside four other high performers learning disability nursing, product and furniture design, business information technology and psychology with criminology which also all received the maximum 100 per cent seal of approval from satisfied students. 

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