Kingston University is actively involved in a variety of regional, national and international networks, including several which are based at the University. Networks help to connect groups of researchers, allowing Kingston's expertise to be widely shared and allowing our researchers to form new collaborations and partnerships. Networks play a vital role in nurturing and exchanging research excellence.
The Centre promotes collaborative research, knowledge exchange and discussion between historians, archivists, curators, heritage providers and the public.
The Dorich House Group of European Universities was formally established in 2008 following an initiative by Kingston University. The Group currently has a membership of eight institutions from six European countries who actively cooperate in educational, cultural and enterprise activities, including research, exchange and development collaborations.
The Employee Engagement Consortium is a research partnership and networking group with a focus on understanding engagement and sharing best practice for creating a high-engagement culture in the workplace. Sponsored by the CIPD and its 10 member organisations, including Amey plc, Veolia plc, Birmingham City Council and Mace Ltd., the Engagement Consortium was established in 2007 within the Centre for Research in Employment, Skills and Society.
Heritage2health is a coordinated approach to shared learning and understanding between health, social care, the creative industries, heritage and countryside sector. It seeks to bring these rich and diverse sectors together to develop shared solutions to empowering and improving wellbeing and participation of vulnerable groups.
A network of practitioners, curators and academics whose aim is to create opportunities for interaction between Britain and Africa, particularly across craft, design and curating.
The South West London System is a partnership of organisations providing health and social care to the 1.3 million residents of Croydon, Richmond, Wandsworth, Sutton, Merton and Kingston, and the three universities in the area.
The Health Innovation Network (HIN) is a membership organisation, driving lasting improvements in patient and population health outcomes by spreading the adoption of innovation into practice across the health system and capitalising on teaching and research strengths..
The Hub acts as a focal point for all aspects of sustainability within the University and works to develop local, regional, national and international networks to further the sustainability agenda.