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Posted Thursday 1 December 2022
Trailblazers in business, higher education and local government from across South London have come together at Kingston University to share insights on the benefits of working in partnership at a Business Innovation and Growth Summit.
Posted Tuesday 22 November 2022
A group of senior Liberal Democrat MPs has visited Kingston University to find out more about how the institution is preparing students for career success through a progressive new model of education helping them develop future skills. The University has been highlighting the importance of skills for innovation to the national economy as part of its Future Skills campaign, which has found problem solving, digital competency and the ability to analyse and think creatively were among the graduate attributes businesses most valued.
Posted Wednesday 16 November 2022
Kingston University is embedding a new model of education across its curriculum with the launch of the Navigate programme – ensuring students on all courses are equipped with the skills, experience and opportunities to succeed in their future careers.
Posted Thursday 3 November 2022
A pioneering programme of work designed to ensure students from all backgrounds have the support, skills and opportunities to succeed in their graduate careers has been launched by Kingston University, in partnership with The Mohn Westlake Foundation.
Posted Tuesday 1 November 2022
Business students at Kingston University have been given the opportunity to enhance their critical thinking and research skills in a collaboration with the Ministry of Defence (MoD).
Posted Thursday 27 October 2022
Kingston University Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven Spier has set out the need for a progressive new model of education focused on delivering the skills for innovation required by industry during a House of Lords select committee hearing.
Posted Thursday 13 October 2022
Kingston University has launched a long-term strategy, founded on its sector-leading Future Skills campaign.
Posted Friday 26 August 2022
A Kingston University postgraduate student whose tissue engineering research could help address the global organ donor shortage has made the national final of this year's Vitae Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.