Postgraduate open evening
Our postgraduate open events, held three times a year, are an excellent opportunity for you to meet our staff and talk to current students about postgraduate study at Kingston University.
Next open evening: Wednesday 16 July 2014
You will have the chance to:
- have one-to-one conversations with academic staff about your postgraduate aspirations;
- get answers to any remaining questions you may have on the application and enrolment process;
- receive advice on finance, support services and careers;
- view our learning facilities;
- attend subject talks in a number of areas; and
- talk to current postgraduate students – they'll be able to answer any of your questions and share their experiences of student life.
The open evening takes place at our Penrhyn Road campus (Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE) unless you are interested in any of the following subject areas.
If you are interested in studying courses in architecture and landscape or art and design, the open evening takes place at our Knights Park campus (Grange Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2QJ).
If you are interested in studying courses in mechanical and automotive engineering, the open evening takes place at our Roehampton Vale campus (Friars Avenue, London SW15 3DW).
Who is the open evening suitable for?
We recommend this event for you if you are thinking of applying to Kingston University, whether you know which subject you would like to study or are still deciding.
Come along to experience our subject-based talks and gain an insight into what it's really like to study a postgraduate course at Kingston University.
If you've already applied for a course you are welcome to come along and meet academic staff and current students and find out more about your course.
Faculty-specific open events
Our faculties also hold subject-specific events. Select the faculty of your chosen subject or course to find out more about other events that may interest you:
- Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture
- Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Business and Law
- Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education
- Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing
If you don't see an event in your subject area, please contact the relevant faculty direct to find out more about the course you're interested in.