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Kingston School of Art winner of 2021 MTV Music Meets Fashion competition reflects on launch of career as she celebrates graduation

Posted Thursday 9 June 2022

Kingston School of Art winner of 2021 MTV Music Meets Fashion competition reflects on launch of career as she celebrates graduation

A Kingston School of Art graduate, who last year won MTV's global Music Meets Fashion competition, has spoken of her experience breaking into the fashion industry while celebrating her achievements at a graduation ceremony at Twickenham Stadium.


Not My Beautiful House celebrates opening in Kingston's historic Ancient Marketplace with exhibition and performances celebrating diverse creativity

Posted Thursday 9 June 2022

Not My Beautiful House celebrates opening in Kingston's historic Ancient Marketplace with exhibition and performances celebrating diverse creativity

After a year of exhibitions, events, and, having sold work from more than 350 local creatives, Not My Beautiful House has celebrated moving into the iconic Grade II listed Ancient Market House in the historic centre of Kingston with an exhibition featuring artwork, music and performances.


Kingston University scoops joint honours in University Alliance Innovation Award as Town House hosts body's annual summit

Posted Wednesday 8 June 2022

Kingston University scoops joint honours in University Alliance Innovation Award as Town House hosts body's annual summit

Two academics from Kingston University have been named joint winners of University Alliance's Innovation Award as it played host to hundreds of higher education experts from across the United Kingdom at Town House for its annual summit.


Eggshells, farm signs and new theatre for Peckham among work on display as Kingston School of Art stages first degree show in two years

Posted Monday 6 June 2022

Eggshells, farm signs and new theatre for Peckham among work on display as Kingston School of Art stages first degree show in two years

The Kingston School of Art degree show returns following a pandemic enforced two year absence, featuring work from final year students from the Schools of Art, Design, and Creative and Cultural Industries.


Beyond Barriers Mentoring Scheme celebrates another year of success for Kingston University's students

Posted Wednesday 1 June 2022

Beyond Barriers Mentoring Scheme celebrates another year of success for Kingston University's students

?On 25 May, around 100 mentors, mentees and staff from across the University came together to celebrate the success of the 2021/22 Beyond Barriers Student Mentoring Scheme, and the achievements of those who took part.


Kingston University undergraduate carries off trophy for learning disabilities nurse of the year at Student Nursing Times Awards

Posted Wednesday 1 June 2022

Kingston University undergraduate carries off trophy for learning disabilities nurse of the year at Student Nursing Times Awards

An undergraduate from Kingston University has been heralded as the best learning disabilities student nurse in the past year at the Student Nursing Times Awards.


Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey praises partnership between Kingston University and borough-based space company working on moon mission with European Space Agency

Posted Tuesday 31 May 2022

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey praises partnership between Kingston University and borough-based space company working on moon mission with European Space Agency

The importance of Kingston University's partnership work with a borough-based space engineering company – and the benefits such relationships can bring for the UK economy - was highlighted by Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey during a recent visit to the firm.


PhD chemistry graduates tie the knot after Kingston University proves the perfect match

Posted Friday 27 May 2022

PhD chemistry graduates tie the knot after Kingston University proves the perfect match

A graduate husband and wife who realised they had a special chemistry after meeting in the first year of their Kingston University PhDs, have marked the completion of their studies crossing the stage to resounding applause in a ceremony at London's Twickenham Stadium. Tomris Coban, 30, and Cameron Robertson, 29, from Surbiton, south west London, met in the early stages of their three-year PhD programmes after being placed in the same research group in the University's Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing.


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