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From legal eagle to Kingston University music maestro – Clearing hits the right note for former lawyer

Posted Tuesday 14 August 2018

From legal eagle to Kingston University music maestro – Clearing hits the right note for former lawyer

It was a chance conversation on a train which provided the impetus for Ershad Alamgir to finally drum up the courage and give up a secure position in the hospitality industry to pursue his true passion of producing music.


Students with results' day strategy set to be this year's Clearing winners, according to Kingston University admissions experts

Posted Wednesday 8 August 2018

Students with results' day strategy set to be this year's Clearing winners, according to Kingston University admissions experts

With A-Level and BTEC results just a week away, Kingston University is urging students to have a plan to hand if their grades turn out to be not quite what they expected.


It's third time lucky for Kingston University student as Clearing opens the door to a career in marketing

Posted Monday 6 August 2018

It's third time lucky for Kingston University student as Clearing opens the door to a career in marketing

Last autumn when Josh Vince was looking for courses to begin in September this year, little did he know that he'd be at Kingston University less than two weeks later about to take the first step on the ladder to a marketing career.


The power of brass – new animation from Kingston School of Art student examines relationship between music in New Orleans and Yorkshire

Posted Thursday 2 August 2018

The power of brass – new animation from Kingston School of Art student examines relationship between music in New Orleans and Yorkshire

The role brass band music played in the response to traumatic events in New Orleans and Yorkshire has been explored in a striking new animated film by a Kingston School of Art student.


Clearing helps Kingston University computer science student crack the code to turn her hobby in to a career

Posted Wednesday 1 August 2018

Clearing helps Kingston University computer science student crack the code to turn her hobby in to a career

When she gladly put down her pen after completing her final A-level paper three years ago, like many people her age, Jazmine Christie didn't have a clear idea of what she wanted to do next. She was keen to continue studying but unsure what subject she wanted to tackle at university.

July 2018

Kingston University scores 100 per cent for overall satisfaction in social work, sport science and mathematics in National Student Survey.

Posted Friday 27 July 2018

Kingston University scores 100 per cent for overall satisfaction in social work, sport science and mathematics in National Student Survey.

Kingston University's social work, sport science, mathematics and actuarial mathematics and statistics courses have topped the national leader board for student satisfaction in this year's National Student Survey (NSS). The programmes each received 100 per cent satisfaction ratings from final year students in the annual survey, which asks for feedback on courses at their institutions.


Hard work, dedication and success of Kingston University students applauded during week of graduation ceremonies at borough's Rose Theatre

Posted Thursday 26 July 2018

Hard work, dedication and success of Kingston University students applauded during week of graduation ceremonies at borough's Rose Theatre

Thousands of graduating Kingston University students have celebrated their achievements with family and friends during a week of ceremonies marking the culmination of their hard-earned degrees.


Founders of data science firm behind Tesco Clubcard Edwina Dunn and Clive Humby awarded honorary degrees by Kingston University

Posted Thursday 26 July 2018

Founders of data science firm behind Tesco Clubcard Edwina Dunn and Clive Humby awarded honorary degrees by Kingston University

Finding your opposite and being able to adapt and innovate in an ever-changing world were among the key career tips shared with students by Tesco Clubcard pioneers Edwina Dunn and Clive Humby, as they were recognised with honorary doctorates by Kingston University.

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