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Fair access: mentoring and support

At Kingston University, we're passionate about giving everyone the opportunity to gain access to higher education, and find their success. We have a number of programmes and support services to help under-represented groups including:

Beyond Barriers mentoring scheme

The Beyond Barriers mentoring programme is designed to inspire and support the following student groups:

    Students from the Beyond Barriers scheme
  • female students in science, engineering, mathematics and the built environment;
  • students from black and minority ethnic groups;
  • white, male students who are the first generation in their family in higher education; and
  • students with a specific disability or learning difference.

Discover mentoring opportunities with the Beyond Barriers scheme.

Compact Scheme and care leavers support

Compact Scheme welcomes students with Headstart eventsOur successful Compact Scheme encourages and supports students from low-income households; students who are the first generation in their family in higher education; or students with disabilities or learning difference. Kingston University is also dedicated to care leavers and young carers, providing guidance and additional funding throughout their studies.

Disability support

As well as accessible campuses, at Kingston University we also support our students with disabilities right through their study and living experience. We work closely with our disabled students to understand their unique requirements before they begin their degree, and offer a range of services including: adapted learning and accommodation, specialist facilities, funding and disability support.

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Kingston University
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 9000

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Kingston University
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 9000

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