Find out how to enrol at Kingston University as a postgraduate student.
Please also make sure you've read about logging onto our Online Student Information System (OSIS) to upload your passport.
If you are an international student on a student visa and fail to complete the enrolment process or subsequently wish to change mode of attendance, withdraw or take a break in studies, you should seek advice from an international student adviser as this will change your immigration status. You should be aware that Kingston University may be required to report any changes to the immigration authorities.
All students must complete an online update (online enrolment) and show proof of identity (face-to-face enrolment) to become a Kingston University student. Once your enrolment has been fully completed, you will:
If applicable, it will also trigger any student loan payment that you are eligible for.
When you receive an offer of a place from Kingston, we will send you an email with a username and password. You will be able to use these to log in to our Online Student Information System (OSIS) to:
Most students will then complete their enrolment at a face-to-face event at the University. However, this is not always appropriate for students studying at collaborative colleges and therefore the process may differ slightly. You should be aware that if any part of your study is at another institution, that institution may require you to enrol with them separately.
We'll first ask you to confirm your details and show proof of your identity. You'll then be able to speak to our finance department about paying your tuition fees.
Make sure you turn up at your allocated time slot (your school office will send you this or you'll find out through your online update). If you have a disability and require special assistance, please let one of the enrolment staff know when you arrival.
The faculties will issue timetables as soon as they are available. You will receive an email to let you know where to go and how to access it as soon as possible.
Standard term dates are as follows but please note that some postgraduate courses will have different start and end dates. Your faculty will contact you directly to confirm your specific dates.
The 2017/18 dates below are for guidance only: