UCAS passes your application form to us electronically. The admissions tutor for your chosen course then uses it to decide whether or not to offer you a place. The admissions tutor will:
You can follow the progress of your applications online through UCAS Track, which you also use to reply to any offers you receive and update your details (change of address or email, for example).
Some courses at Kingston University have an interview as part of the selection process. If you don't have an interview, we'll invite you to a post-application open day.
One or two people usually interview you. They will want to find out if you have the intellectual capability, knowledge and passion to benefit from your chosen course.
If you're invited for an interview you can prepare by:
If you have a query about your application, you should first check UCAS Track.
If you still have a problem, contact our Applicant Services Department (tel: +44 (0)844 855 2177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org). Remember to quote your UCAS serial number and the title/code of the course if you've already applied.
UCAS will let you know via UCAS Track whether or not the universities you've applied to have offered you a place.
If we offer you a place, we will also send you an email or letter with details of our Getting Ready website, which covers the next steps you need to take. So it's important to make sure we have your correct contact details. You can update these on UCAS Track if they have changed.
Visit the UCAS website for full information.
If we make you an offer, we'll invite you to a post-application open day if you haven't already had an interview.
If we make you a conditional offer you must fulfil certain criteria before you can be accepted on to the course.
We will make you an unconditional offer if we are happy you have already satisfied the criteria and can attend the course.
Find out more about how to reply to your offers on the UCAS website.