Posted Monday 8 May 2017
Interested to find out where you will be staying during your 2 weeks at Kingston University?
Our summer school students stay in our Walkden halls of residence, where you will enjoy your own large single study bedroom, en suite bathroom, free wifi, on-campus launderette and a kitchen and communal area shared between seven to ten students.
You can take a virtual tour of Walkden Halls on our accommodation website.
Kingston Hill is a wonderful location to be based as it's within close proximity to everything you could possibly need to have a great summer.
A short bus ride of 10 minutes will take you to Kingston town centre, home to over 500 shops, plenty of bars and restaurants and beautiful scenery by the river Thames.
Within 5 minutes, you can get to Norbiton train station, where you can take a train to central London within 25 minutes.
Richmond Park, the largest royal park in London, is only a 10 minute walk from Kingston Hill campus, providing you with lots of green space and even deer!
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