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Kingston University's ELEVATE programme to empower and support Black students on career journeys scoops accolade at National Undergraduate Employability Awards

Posted Tuesday 15 March 2022

Kingston University's ELEVATE programme to empower and support Black students on career journeys scoops accolade at National Undergraduate Employability Awards

A Kingston University careers programme that supports students of Black African or Black Caribbean descent to achieve their full potential was named best widening participation initiative of the year at the annual National Undergraduate Employability (NUE) Awards.


Kingston University hosts Human Face of Venture Capital event as budding entrepreneurs look to secure their first big investment

Posted Thursday 10 March 2022

Kingston University hosts Human Face of Venture Capital event as budding entrepreneurs look to secure their first big investment

Kingston University welcomed a panel of investors into the RIBA award-winning Town House for the Human Face of Venture Capital event. Aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners from across South London were invited to hear about the human side of what can often be considered intimidating investors. The four investors included Kingston alumnus Matthew Cushen, founding partner of Worth Capital, and the event was hosted by Ian Roberts, head of Kingston Business School.


Double Olympic medalist and Kingston University graduate Asha Philip reflects on her sprinting career and aspirations for 2022

Posted Tuesday 8 March 2022

Double Olympic medalist and Kingston University graduate Asha Philip reflects on her sprinting career and aspirations for 2022

A Kingston University alumna who has represented Great Britain at a host of international events in both athletics and gymnastics has spoken of her experience of the delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, held last year, and her aspirations for 2022 and beyond.


Kingston University students, staff and alumni commit to help #BreakTheBias on International Women's Day

Posted Tuesday 8 March 2022

Kingston University students, staff and alumni commit to help #BreakTheBias on International Women's Day

Kingston University students, staff and alumni commit to help #BreakTheBias on International Women's Day


Kingston University to lead Advance HE-funded project into how inclusive cultural change can be supported through student engagement

Posted Monday 7 March 2022

Kingston University to lead Advance HE-funded project into how inclusive cultural change can be supported through student engagement

Kingston University has secured funding from Advance HE to lead a project exploring how student engagement programmes can help drive inclusive cultural change across the sector.


TikTok generation has unrealistic expectations about becoming a celebrity, Kingston University research reveals

Posted Thursday 3 March 2022

TikTok generation has unrealistic expectations about becoming a celebrity, Kingston University research reveals

A Kingston University study exploring social media's impact on young people has found school children as young as 11 are fame-seeking through the TikTok video-sharing platform, potentially putting their mental health at risk.


Kingston University students' entrepreneurial spirit shines in Bright Ideas 2022 grand final

Posted Thursday 3 March 2022

Kingston University students' entrepreneurial spirit shines in Bright Ideas 2022 grand final

The seventeenth annual Bright Ideas final saw Kingston University students pitch their business ideas before a group of expert investors in a Dragons' Den-style competition. The People's Choice winner was Farah Nehme with her concept, Family Playhouse – an educational toy for children over the age of three which informs about non-traditional family dynamics.


National response to domestic abuse and child protection to be researched during partnership study involving Kingston University

Posted Thursday 3 March 2022

National response to domestic abuse and child protection to be researched during partnership study involving Kingston University

A partnership study involving Kingston University aiming to better understand and enhance the UK's response to domestic abuse and child protection is being launched, thanks to funding from the Nuffield Foundation.


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