Information for overseas representatives

As international representatives for Kingston University, this page is designed to keep you up to date with all of the essential information required to guide applicants to join the students from over 140 countries to learn, collaborate across our courses at Kingston University.

Why choose Kingston University?

Why choose Kingston University?
Quarantine information

Quarantine information

We understand that many international students are concerned about possible quarantine restrictions once they arrive in the UK. For information on which countries on the government list will require you to quarantine (self-isolate) for 14 days when you arrive in the UK and which ones are exempt please read the latest government guidance.

Webinars and virtual events

Discover more about Kingston University and speak with the international team at one of our webinars and virtual events.

Webinars and virtual events
Term dates

Term dates

The University's standard academic year runs from September to July, divided into three terms.

  • Autumn term
    September to December
  • Spring term
    January to April
  • Summer term
    April to July

Course intakes

Aside from our comprehensive list of September courses, Kingston University offers a range of postgraduate courses that start in January and/or March.

Key information

Scholarships and bursaries

Scholarships and bursaries

Find out about the variety of scholarships and bursaries available for international students.

CAS and visa information

CAS and visa information

Key information and advice about the CAS and student visa process.

Country information

Country information

Find information on your country, accepted qualifications and events for your region.

Arrivals and orientation

Arrivals and orientation

Find out more about arrivals and orientation to assist students in their move to Kingston.

Undergraduate prospectus

Undergraduate prospectus

Explore our undergraduate prospectus to find what makes Kingston a great place to study.

Postgraduate prospectus

Postgraduate prospectus

Our postgraduate prospectus gives a good insight into Kingston University.

Useful contacts

CAS queries

Immigration and visa queries

Barbara Georgopoulos

Admissions offices

General admissions queries

Business and Social Sciences

Health, Social Care and Education

Kingston School of Art

Science, Engineering and Computing

Accommodation queries

Accommodation office

Fees and finance queries

Fees and invoice queries

If a student or customer of the University has a query concerning payment of fees or an invoice we have raised, please contact our Accounts Receivable team:

Financial advice and guidance

Our Student Life Advisers can give advice and guidance on living on a budget, student finance queries, banking, dealing with debt and financial capability and literacy:

Fee status queries

To establish a student's fee status you can find information about how this is determined on the UKCISA website. To get confirmation of a fee status an applicant needs to download, complete and return our Fee Status Questionnaire:

Pre-sessional English queries

Most queries can be answered on our Pre-sessional English course page. Otherwise please contact the Pre-sessional English team at presessionals@kingston.ac.uk.

Student office contacts

Science, Engineering and Computing

Kingston School of Art

Health, Social Care and Education

Business and Social Sciences

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