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We're delighted you have applied, or are considering applying, to study at Kingston University in 2022. Please bookmark this page to stay updated with the latest information about applying to study at Kingston University.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic situation, you can rest assured your application will be considered, and processed, in exactly the same way as normal.
You can still easily:
We understand you may have extra questions for us at this time. Please use the Q&A on this page to answer your questions. In the Q&A you'll also find the University's contact information.
We have an exciting schedule of virtual Open Day events and webinars for you, where you can learn more about Kingston, the University and campus life.
Please get in touch with us if you have any questions or enquiries. We are here to help.
Despite the restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic you can rest assured your application will be considered and processed in exactly the same way as normal.
We know you might have extra questions for us and our team is only a phone call or email away. We will talk you through your options and answer any queries you have about studying with us.
You can still easily:
Speak to our team to find out more.
There are so many ways you can discover more about Kingston from the comfort of your own home.
From Nursing to Nutrition, Biochemistry to Business Economics, with over 120 courses to study, you'll find the perfect one for you at Kingston. Search our undergraduate courses.
It's important to find a postgraduate course that fits into your life. We offer a wide range of flexible study options that meet your learning needs and enable you to balance studying with work or family commitments. Search our postgraduate courses.
Our prospectus will give you a good insight into the University, including an overview of our campus and facilities, student life and what courses you can study. Our prospectus provides information for prospective UK, EU and international students. Order your prospectus.
We have an exciting schedule of virtual Open Day events and webinars for you. You will be able to watch live presentations, speak to teaching staff, find out about the courses we offer, live chat with current students and get help and advice on course application and student funding.
Once the government's social distancing measures are lifted, we will offer in-person Open Day events too. However, if the current situation continues for longer, then more virtual events and webinars will be added.
There are many ways you can get in touch with our friendly enquiries team.
You can book for a forthcoming Open Day event.
Have you applied to Kingston, or you're considering applying? If so, we have an exciting schedule of virtual Open Day events and webinars for you, where you can learn more about Kingston, the University and campus life.
Once the government's social distancing measures are lifted, we will offer on-campus Open Day events. However, if the current situation continues for longer, then more virtual events and webinars will be added.
You can also take a 360° tour of the University. And watch our fly-through video to see our new landmark Town House building, where students, staff and the community meet and study under one roof.
Please bookmark this page to stay updated with the latest information about Open Days and virtual events.
We encourage you to apply as early as possible.
For each of our degree courses, you apply online through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). For part-time study options, and our art and design foundation course, you'll need to apply directly to the University.
UCAS opens for 2022 applications from early September 2021. The closing date for most applications has now been extended to Friday 28 January 2022. You can still apply through UCAS after this date, but you may find that the more popular courses are already full; the earlier you apply, the earlier you'll receive your offer.
Student life may feel a little different at the present time, but we've been working hard to ensure our students receive the excellent education and fulfilling student experience that Kingston University is proud to provide.
Currently, teaching is taking place both on campus and online so we can continue to keep everyone as safe as possible. We'll continue to keep you updated on our plans closer to your start date. In the meantime, all the latest information on how courses are going to be taught can be found on the course pages on our website.
We understand that this may be a very stressful time for applicants and we are monitoring the situation and reviewing our admissions processes and requirements in the light of the cancellation of exams. We are working hard to ensure applicants will not be disadvantaged by the current global crisis. Please contact us to discuss your case.
We are committed to supporting you to pursue your study plan. We are continuing to monitor the developing situation and the re–opening of schools, colleges and universities in different countries. We have a robust admission system, in cases where appropriate, we may be able to exercise some flexibility in confirming you meeting the conditions of your offers. Please contact us to discuss your situation.
We are planning to welcome new students starting in January, March or September. However if you still wish to withdraw, please put a request in writing quoting your KU ID number to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please check the vfsglobal website for up to date information about which UK visa application centres are open.
Yes you can request your CAS within 6 months of your course start date if you have accepted an unconditional offer.
After you have approved your draft CAS, and our CAS team has checked your supporting documents, you will receive a copy of your final CAS statement by email (the CAS statement is an 'e-document', so you will not receive a paper copy). This is usually within five working days but can take up to ten working days during peak times.
Your CAS can only be assigned after we've received copies of all of the required documents that have passed our team's checks.
Yes, we will provide a series of orientation activities that will be available to all students who start with us from either January, March or September. Orientation and welcome sessions are held online and recordings will be available for these sessions.
We are offering a flexible airport pick-up service with an authorised taxi service. We want to ensure that you can arrive as safely as possible using the taxi service instead of providing a shared shuttle bus. We are subsidising the cost of the taxi, meaning you will only pay a discounted rate of £20 for any journey from Heathrow and Gatwick airport, or £30 from St Pancras International, to the Kingston area.
You can collect your Biometrics Residence Permit (BRP) from the Post Office. You can collect it after 10 days and the Post Office will keep it for you.
If you are a national required to register with the Police, please read the updated information on My Kingston.
Please keep in touch with us to let us know if you have problems arriving in time for your latest arrival date.
Please check the test provider's website which should provide details about the arrangements they have put in place. You may also be able to contact them via email.
Yes, we have provided other options, please see English Language Tests and qualifications.
No, you will need to have a test recognised by the University, see other English Language Tests and qualifications
We are now offering our pre–sessional courses online and following government guidance, we are continuing to make plans on how best to deliver our courses. Please be assured we are committed to supporting you to pursue your study plan.
As our pre–sessional courses will now be running online, you should be able to join the course on the start date. For further information visit our Pre–sessional English course page.
International students (who are non–EU) must pay at least 50% of the tuition fees before enrolment. The remaining 50% will also need to have been paid prior the completion of your enrolment, unless you would like to pay by instalment in line with the University's payment plan. In order to pay by instalment you will need to have set up either a Direct Debit from a UK current bank account or a Recurring Card Payment (RCP) using an International or a UK issued card.
To access online teaching you must be fully enrolled on your course and have paid at least 50% of your fees.