The facilities available in the Department of Law not only make studying a pleasant experience, but also give you the hands-on experience that counts in the workplace.
Kingston Hill is a leafy, hillside campus situated about three miles away from Kingston town centre. It is a quiet, secure place to study with easy access to London, meaning it provides the best of all worlds for our students.
The Department of Law is based in the recently refurbished, historical Kenry House – once home to King Farouk of Egypt in the 1930s – and has been delivering qualifying law courses for 50 years. It offers our law students plenty of teaching rooms and study spaces.
The learning resources centre (named the Nightingale Centre) provides computing and study facilities, plus access to specialist business books, journals and online resources alongside specialist facilities such as a Bloomberg trading room. The long opening hours and cafe make it a comfortable and convenient place to study.
The University has subscriptions to a variety of excellent legal resources and access to many databases of legal resources, including:
Students have access to PCs, Macs and wireless networks across the Kingston Hill campus. Our Canvas virtual learning environment allows you to access course materials and contact fellow students and staff while away from the campus.
Other campus facilities include:
Find out more about the Kingston Hill campus in the virtual tour.
The award for teaching excellence included specific praise for the inclusivity and accessibility of the University's courses.