Make it work at Kingston


As a postgraduate student, our courses and our staff give you the skills and experience to make you sought-after for your academic achievements and prepare you for a successful career, or business, in today's economy.

Professor Steven Spier

Come and say hello

We have a range of events throughout the year, at which you will have the opportunity to find out more about studying at Kingston University.

– Wednesday 11 October 2023
– Wednesday 22 November 2023
– Wednesday 28 February 2024
– Wednesday 26 June 2024

Investing in your future

Town House was named the winner of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Sterling Prize in 2021, confirming it as Britain's best new building. It is also winner of the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award, the highest accolade in European architecture.

Our campuses and facilities

Kingston is home to facilities to take your education to the next level, including dedicated postgraduate study centres, virtual learning tools, 24/7 online learning support and libraries.

Penrhyn Road

A short walk from Kingston town centre, this campus is busy, lively and cosmopolitan. It offers a range of on-site cafes, bars and restaurants, as well as the University fitness centre.

Kingston Hill

Close to Richmond Park, Kingston Hill is a beautiful, leafy site with a community feel. It boasts a cafe, restaurant, bar, Subway and Starbucks as well as tennis courts, beehives and a nature walk.

Knights Park

Home to Kingston School of Art, our Knights Park campus is set in a beautiful riverside location, a short walk from Kingston town centre and Penrhyn Road campus.

Roehampton Vale

Roehampton Vale is purpose-built and completely dedicated to the study of engineering. The campus is walking distance from Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common.

Destination: Kingston

London at your fingertips

London is one of the most culturally diverse capitals in the world:

- 19 million+ visitors each year
- 192 museums
- 300+ languages spoken daily
- 250 theatres
- 857 art galleries
- 300+ live music venues
- 325 public libraries
- 800+ book shops

There is more to explore...