Kingston University Alumni and Kingston Business School present a collaborative series of events for alumni and students. The masterclasses explore a variety of different areas, with the intention of developing skills and 'upgrading' everyone who attends.
As well as self-improvement, the masterclasses provide a fantastic opportunity for students, alumni and industry professionals to network and share ideas. Kingston University is a hive of ideas – we have produced the most graduate start-up companies of any higher education institution in the United Kingdom for the fifth year running.
We're in the process of securing dates and speakers for our 2020/21 series.
To be one of the first to hear about our Upgrade masterclasses, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the Upgrade mailing list.
This Upgrade series covered the latest trends in digital marketing, as well as finding your work-life balance. Catch up with our videos below:
A panel of marketing experts offered their real-world insights on the future of marketing, sharing tips on how to follow the trends for yourself and your business.
Kingston University alumna and world record holder Fiona Quinn explores how you can evaluate and take risks to achieve success on your own terms.
Join Kingston University alumni Rowan Minkley and Rob Nicoll as they share their journey from creation to award-winning start-up.
Our alumni panel share their insights and experience on how they see leadership changing in an evolving world.
This year's series covered growth mindset, corporate branding and the changing world of work. See our write-up and videos below, and watch at a time that suits you.
Kingston University alumnus and Global Head: Consumer Product and Segment Marketing at HP, Azmat Ali, returned to campus to share his tips on using a growth mindset to succeed.
Combining her experiences as a chief storytelling expert of the world's most iconic brand, Coca-Cola, Anastasia shared her insight on the ten most recent trends in brand communication.
Kingston University alumna Michelle Raymond delved into the changing world of work, how to make it work for you and get you the career you want.