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The Department of Architecture and Landscape at Kingston has established a clear position within the UK context of architecture and landscape education. Our concern is with continuity in architectural culture, and in making work which is sensitive to situation and context.
The graduating practitioner from Kingston is a generalist capable of thinking and making with the technical and critical skills required to be both nimble and empowered to act in today's diverse architectural and landscape culture.
Our reputation is reflected in the recent Guardian University Guide rankings 2023 where Kingston came second in London and No.11 in the UK for architecture.
Kingston School of Art offers a wide range of subjects, including art, design, architecture, humanities journalism, media, publishing, creative and performing arts.
As one of the UK's leading creative institutions, the School's excellence is reflected by impressive subject rankings, awards, research performance, engagement with leading brands and institutions, and the global influence of its alumni. We enable all students to achieve their ambitions as successful professionals in industry and research.
Professional skills are taught alongside theory, with all courses culminating in a major project.
Many courses offer opportunities to work on live industry briefs or to take work placements in industry.
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