Here is the range of facilities available to you as a student at Kingston that will help you during your course.
The unique partnership between Kingston University and St George's, University of London means you have access to excellent resources across two organisations. This course is based at Kingston University, but you can take advantage of the modern environment and latest equipment at both institutions, including:
- clinical teaching facilities;
- computing facilities at both Kingston University and St George's, University of London – including a range of software applications, plus free email and internet access; and
- dedicated Graduate Centres on each Kingston University campus, providing seminar rooms, computing facilities and social spaces.
You can also access libraries at:
- the Learning Resource Centres at each of the Kingston University campuses – offering online database subscriptions, resource materials, PC clusters and a wireless network for laptop use, as well as subject libraries;
- St George's, University of London – including a specialist medicine and health sciences collection of more than 42,000 books, videotapes and multimedia materials;
- the Institute of Cancer Research at the Royal Marsden Hospital; and
- postgraduate centres at clinical placement sites.
Resources in London
Kingston is just a 25-minute train journey away from central London. Here you can access a wealth of professional resources, including the the Society of Radiographers and many top hospitals.