Posted Wednesday 26 February 2014
The Kingston University, London - International Study Centre (KULISC) has moved to its permanent home at Kingston Hill campus. The Stable Block, historically home to Kingston Law School, has been completely revamped to accommodate the Centre and Kingston Hill campus' new reception.
KULISC is a joint partnership with leading international education provider Study Group, offering a range of courses specifically for international students to prepare them for degree programmes at Kingston University.
Now in its fifth year, KULISC has successfully guided more than 200 students through a variety of courses, with the first cohort of students from the International Foundation Year presently nearing the completion of their Kingston degree course.
The new Centre is equipped with six learning spaces, state-of-the-art facilities, a common room, staff room and offices, offering its students and staff an aesthetically pleasing and conducive learning environment.
The head of the Centre, Vernon Dando described the development as: "a clear demonstration of the strength of the partnership between the University and Study Group" providing an "enviable environment for KULISC students to study".
KULISC students, graduates, staff and colleagues from around the university attended the launch event. Kingston University Vice-Chancellor Julius Weinberg and Study Group's James Pitman officially opened the new Centre with the unveiling of a new plaque to commemorate the event.
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