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About the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing

Dr Lucy Jones talks about the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing at Kingston University.

The Faculty spans a wide range of disciplines including biological sciences, chemistry and pharmacy, construction and surveying, engineering, forensic science, geography and the environment, and sport science and nutrition.

Our flexible, professionally accredited undergraduate degree courses allow you to experience a broad range of disciplines before focusing on an area of specialism. Our courses are continually reviewed to reflect the latest developments in each subject area allowing you to work at the cutting edge of your industry.

The Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing's innovative approach to teaching ensures you will graduate with a plethora of practical skills and a deep understanding of your subject ready for the professional world.

Practice-based learning

We place practice based learning at the forefront of our approach to teaching. 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.

Practice-based learning
Interdisciplinary work

Interdisciplinary work

We offer a unique interdisciplinary approach to our degree programmes. Across our courses we aim to provide a collaborative way of working that allows our graduates to develop key skills, knowledge and practice.

Links with industry

We pride ourselves on promoting strong industrial involvement in all our degree programmes, ensuring our courses are at the forefront of the discipline. We have connections with a wide range of industry links from multinational companies to local organisations. Some of our partners include Airbus, Fulham Football Club, Google, GlaxoSmithKline, Sony and St. George's Hospital.

 

Links with industry
World-class facilities

World-class facilities

We continuously invest in our science, engineering and computing facilities to ensure our students, staff and researchers are able to develop and test their pioneering ideas. 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.

Contact us

PVC/Dean: Dr David Mackintosh

Vice Dean: Dr Lucy Jones

Associate Dean for Research, Business and Innovation: Professor Declan Naughton

Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing

Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing
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