Students on this programme benefit from a wide range of facilities across the University. Given the integrated nature of this course, you might attend lectures, workshops and other sessions at different campuses. Some modules involve attending events and seminars outside the University.
Kingston Hill is a leafy, hillside campus situated about three miles away from Kingston town centre. It is a quiet, secure place to study with easy access to London, meaning it provides the best of all worlds for our students.
The £26million Kingston Business School building, opened in 2012, stands at the heart of Kingston Hill campus. It provides teaching and social space, together with the Business School's academics, tutors, support staff and student facilities. It benefits from a bright, airy atrium with a cafe, sofas and laptop bars for informal learning.
The facilities available at Kingston Business School not only make studying a pleasant experience, but also give you the hands-on experience that counts in the workplace.
The learning resources centre (named the Nightingale Centre) provides computing and study facilities, plus access to specialist business books, journals and online resources alongside specialist facilities such as a Bloomberg trading room. The long opening hours and cafe make it a comfortable and convenient place to study.
Students have access to PCs, Macs and wireless networks across the Kingston Hill campus. Our StudySpace virtual learning environment allows you to access course materials and contact fellow students and staff while away from the campus.
Other campus facilities include:
Find out more about the Kingston Hill campus in the virtual tour.
Penrhyn Road has a lively and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Students from all campuses converge here as it houses facilities such as the students' union headquarters, the gym, the health centre and the main student restaurant. It is close to the town centre; and is easily accessible from other campuses.
The four-storey main building houses the Learning Resources Centre, which has:
The six-storey John Galsworthy building is a £20million teaching and learning facility containing lecture theatres, flexible teaching space and information technology suites around a landscaped courtyard.
Kingston University has spent several million pounds on new teaching and learning facilities during the last few years, including:
Kingston University purchased two major archives relating to Iris Murdoch, a significant philosopher and one of the twentieth century's greatest novelists, in 2003/04. These archives currently comprise:
Kingston Business School joins an elite group of the top 5 per cent of institutions worldwide awarded the prestigious AACSB accreditation.