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Posted Friday 12 January 2024
Kingston University has awarded an honorary degree to a former graduate who went on to co-found leading British beauty brand ELEMIS in recognition of her outstanding contribution to business and marketing.
Posted Wednesday 20 December 2023
A Kingston University computer games programming student, whose aim is to move to Japan and work in the video games industry, visited parliament and spoke to MPs and peers as part of the latest Future Skills report launch.
Posted Wednesday 6 December 2023
Kingston University has released its latest Future Skills report at a parliamentary reception, where it called for more to be done to better prepare graduates for career success in a digital-first world.
Posted Thursday 2 November 2023
Kingston University's ELEVATE careers programme, which supports students of Black heritage to achieve their full potential, celebrated an important milestone at an event hosted at its flagship building, the Town House.
Posted Thursday 19 October 2023
Artificial intelligence (AI) can be a force for good, but greater diversity in the networks involved in its development and better regulation are needed to avoid unintended consequences.
Posted Friday 6 October 2023
Kingston University is embarking on a project to provide its initial teacher training students with the skills and knowledge to support pupils who present with dyslexia or other conditions that affect their literacy skills. The new initiative will see the University employ a full-time specialist dyslexia tutor, who will work with students and staff, as well as the Education Department's partner schools, to provide enhanced knowledge of the challenges some pupils can encounter with reading and writing.
Posted Thursday 28 September 2023
Kingston University's commitment to high quality teaching, providing an outstanding student experience and supporting its students to achieve successful degree outcomes has been recognised with a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework.
Posted Wednesday 27 September 2023
Kingston University's collaboration with industry partners, entrepreneurial strengths and wide-ranging engagement activity with the local community has been recognised in this year's Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF). In the recently released KEF results for 2023, the University has been assessed as having very high or high engagement in three of the seven perspectives – continuing professional development (CPD) and graduate start-ups, public and community engagement, and research partnerships.