Our Centre for Research in Communities, Identities and Difference is a multi-disciplinary research centre that facilitates collaborations within the School of Psychology, Criminology and Sociology at Kingston University, as well as with other universities and organisations, nationally and internationally.
The University's Centre for the Historical Record, promotes collaboration between historians, archivists, curators, heritage providers and the public, and our Vane Ivanovic Library and Archive contains around 5,000 books focusing on 20th-century European history, especially the Balkans.
Our close proximity to London (25 minutes by train) means that, alongside Kingston's excellent facilities, you can also benefit from easy access to the capital's endless resources including libraries, museums and parliamentary debates.
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Students are supported by various staff including a module leader, personal tutor and dissertation adviser. The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences also has a Centre for Academic Support and Employability which provides extra study skills support.