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Kingston Business School MSc programmes rated in top 100 globally by Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking

Posted Tuesday 25 April 2017

Kingston Business School MSc programmes rated in top 100 globally by Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking

Kingston Business School's Leadership and Management in Health MSc has been ranked 78th in the world and its Real Estate Management MSc 83rd by global leader in higher education information, Eduniversal. This positions Kingston Business School as one of the top seven providers of health management MScs and among the top 12 for postgraduate real estate management courses in the United Kingdom.


Celebrate Enterprise showcases Kingston University's entrepreneurial excellence

Posted Monday 24 April 2017

Celebrate Enterprise showcases Kingston University's entrepreneurial excellence

Students and staff from Kingston University came together for this year's Celebrate Enterprise awards ceremony, an annual event to reward and recognise entrepreneurial successes.


Kingston University psychology expert warns of emotional challenges facing NHS healthcare professionals working in intensive care units

Posted Monday 24 April 2017

Kingston University psychology expert warns of emotional challenges facing NHS healthcare professionals working in intensive care units

A study led by a Kingston University academic into the working lives of doctors and nurses in NHS intensive care units (ICUs) has revealed a workforce battling to cope with the critical demands of their jobs - leading to a crippling inability to switch off from life on the wards once their shift is over.


International bestseller Kit de Waal's debut novel chosen for third chapter of Kingston University's Big Read project

Posted Thursday 13 April 2017

International bestseller Kit de Waal's debut novel chosen for third chapter of Kingston University's Big Read project

Students joining Kingston University for the first time in September will receive a special edition of acclaimed author Kit de Waal's novel My Name is Leon to read before arriving, as part of the University's Big Read project.


Ice hockey star skates towards success on Kingston Business School marketing course after competing at World University Winter Games

Posted Wednesday 12 April 2017

Ice hockey star skates towards success on Kingston Business School marketing course after competing at World University Winter Games

A Kingston University marketing student put his studies on ice recently to represent his country at the World University Winter Games and is now hoping the experience will give him the edge in his budding business career.


New partnership between Tate and Kingston University sees fine art students unveil artwork for No Working Title research project

Posted Tuesday 11 April 2017

New partnership between Tate and Kingston University sees fine art students unveil artwork for No Working Title research project

How do you turn an instruction into art? This was the challenge set to 10 of Kingston University's fine art students as part of No Working Title - a research project which saw one student complete a gruelling crawl through the Tate gallery and another strive to create the perfect cup of tea, all in the name of art.


Kingston University showcases entrepreneurial excellence in competition final as students pitch sustainable business ideas to the Mayor of London

Posted Monday 10 April 2017

Kingston University showcases entrepreneurial excellence in competition final as students pitch sustainable business ideas to the Mayor of London

Budding entrepreneurs from Kingston University pitched their business plans to Mayor of London Sadiq Khan after reaching the final of a prestigious London universities business contest.


War in the Sunshine exhibition by Kingston University researcher reveals untold stories of First World War in Italy

Posted Monday 10 April 2017

War in the Sunshine exhibition by Kingston University researcher reveals untold stories of First World War in Italy

An exhibition exploring the often unrecognised role of the British forces in Italy during the First World War has been curated by a Kingston University art historian. The event, put together by senior research fellow Dr Jonathan Black, showcased the works of a wartime painter and two photographers and has attracted record attendees at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, in London.

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