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Mum of three social work student urges Kingston University Clearing applicants not to shy away from degree study because of family commitments

Posted Tuesday 3 August 2021

Mum of three social work student urges Kingston University Clearing applicants not to shy away from degree study because of family commitments

Mum-of-three Nicole Pantony chose to go back to full-time education to study social work - a path she had been longing to pursue. A last-minute application to Kingston University through the Clearing process secured her a place.


Use pandemic resilience to apply through Clearing – Kingston University academic expert shares top tips for applicants ahead of A-level results day

Posted Saturday 31 July 2021

Use pandemic resilience to apply through Clearing – Kingston University academic expert shares top tips for applicants ahead of A-level results day

With A-level results day just around the corner and Kingston University getting ready to receive hundreds of calls from eager Clearing applicants, an academic expert is encouraging those calling the virtual hotline to use their experiences gained during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Kingston University student pursues dream of university study and playing American football through Clearing

Posted Thursday 29 July 2021

Kingston University student pursues dream of university study and playing American football through Clearing

When Max Baker was completing his A-levels he had no intention of going to university. He is now at Kingston University where he has found his passion for working with children and is able to pursue his dream of playing American football – all thanks to Clearing.


Kingston University team races to institution's best ever finish in annual Formula Student competition

Posted Wednesday 28 July 2021

Kingston University team races to institution's best ever finish in annual Formula Student competition

Kingston University's team of student engineers secured the institution's best ever Formula Student finish in the eagerly anticipated endurance event at Silverstone.


Paul Bishop Design Scholarship launched at Kingston School of Art aims to increase access to design courses for aspiring students

Posted Friday 23 July 2021

Paul Bishop Design Scholarship launched at Kingston School of Art aims to increase access to design courses for aspiring students

A new scholarship, supported by Kingston University graduate and award-winning international designer Paul Bishop, has launched to give an opportunity to one prospective interior design or product and furniture design student. The scholarship includes a 100% fee waiver as well as an annual £5,000 living allowance bursary for all three years of the course.


Kingston University engineering students take on teams from across the globe in Formula Student competition at Silverstone

Posted Thursday 22 July 2021

Kingston University engineering students take on teams from across the globe in Formula Student competition at Silverstone

A team of student engineers from Kingston University are set to pit their race car against others from around the world after arriving at Silverstone for the annual Formula Student competition. The University team, supported by academics and technicians from the Faculty of Science, Computing and Engineering, have spent the past 18 months designing and building a single seater race car which they will put to the test in a series of gruelling events at the home of British motorsport.


Double scoop for Kingston School of Art students at prestigious New Designers Awards 2021

Posted Thursday 22 July 2021

Double scoop for Kingston School of Art students at prestigious New Designers Awards 2021

Two final year product and furniture design students from Kingston School of Art have won a coveted New Designer Award, beating off stiff competition from thousands of fellow students across the UK.


National Food Strategy: Kingston University nutrition expert outlines value of proposals and potential impact of post-Brexit trade deals on obesity and diabetes

Posted Thursday 22 July 2021

National Food Strategy: Kingston University nutrition expert outlines value of proposals and potential impact of post-Brexit trade deals on obesity and diabetes

Last week saw the publication of the government-commissioned National Food Strategy – an independent report led by restaurateur Henry Dimbleby which outlined how the country's food system and our diets need to change to meet health, climate and nature targets. Here, Kingston University associate professor in nutrition Dr Hilda Mulrooney, a member of the British Dietetic Association's specialist obesity group, analyses the findings and sets out the importance of taking forward some of the key recommendations.


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