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The Faculty of Engineering, Computing and the Environment was formed in 2022. Its schools bring together interdisciplinary research, improving the scope of the student experience and encouraging partnerships between academia and commerce.
Through a collaborative approach, the Faculty offers greater access to resources, knowledge and information and a broader perspective on its subjects, with teaching and research staff working more closely with their colleagues in other disciplines.
Our students benefit from a practice-based, hands-on education informed by innovative research to ensure our graduates have the skills and knowledge required to work in the industry.
Across our courses we aim to provide a collaborative way of working that allows our graduates to develop key skills, knowledge and practice.
We pride ourselves on promoting strong industrial involvement in all our degree programmes, ensuring our courses are at the forefront of the discipline.
Our industry standard laboratories and equipment provide plenty of opportunities to put theory into practice and gain valuable experience using the tools you'll find in the workplace - as well as some more unique equipment too.
Science, Engineering and Computing researchers from Kingston University and the University of Nottingham have developed a new artificial intelligence system that can create 3D selfies of people's faces from a single photograph.
We offer our students the opportunity to learn and grow in a real-world environment. Combined with our hands-on approach to teaching and learning, this provides our students with the skills ready for their chosen industry.
These skills are taught within our world-class facilities, providing our students with some of the most innovative and advanced technology in order to have the freedom to invent, create and revolutionise their practice.
See each course page for the facilities you might use, below are some of our most cutting-edge facilities.
Our aircraft engineering students have access to our fully equipped Learjet Lab, this provides them with the tools and a real world hands-on experience to gain strong career prospects for the future
Our computer science and gaming students have full access to the University's CAVE (Centre for Augmented and Virtual Reality Environments), a treasure trove of specialist equipment.
Kingston University is based in Kingston upon Thames, a busy riverside town on the borders of London and Surrey, with central London just 30 minutes away by train.