Posted Tuesday 21 June 2016
At Kingston University we take great pride in the difference we make to the lives of our 20,000 students and the wider community we serve. We are constantly striving to provide excellent services and to make a significant contribution to the wider economic, social and cultural life of the borough. For instance, in 2014/15 we generated £600,000 for the local economy every day, sustained 3,800 local jobs and supported many cultural activities, such as those at the Rose Theatre, Stanley Picker Gallery and Dorich House Museum.
We want to build on these successes, further our contribution and have a clear vision for the future. Over the next 10 years we hope to continue to improve and transform our campus sites - provide an ever-better teaching and learning experience for our students, and provide upgraded facilities for students and staff as well as the local community. We would like to share with you some of our early proposals and invite you to come along and drop in at one of the following public exhibitions to put questions to our Estates team and give your feedback.
Yours views are important to us so we hope you can make it. If you require further information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
International conference celebrates work of moving image pioneer Eadweard Muybridge and relocation of personal archive of his work to Kingston University
First cohort graduates from Kingston University's new fast-track Step Up to Social Work programme
Kingston University's Dorich House Museum partners with The Royal Ballet School to launch sculpture trail exploring history of ballet and connections to sculptor Dora Gordine