Over the past 8 years, our Beyond Barriers Mentoring Scheme has enabled students to develop confidence in their ability to complete their studies, aim for a better degree outcome and gain employability skills.
Local entrepreneurs were recently joined by politicians, members from the Chamber of Commerce and Mayor of Kingston Councillor Julie Pickering at the fifth annual Kingston Business Expo on the University's Kingston Hill campus.
Students have been representing the University in various business competitions across the country, and showcasing their impressive start-ups and projects to entrepreneurs and investors as they seek funding and expertise.
Guests gathered at the University's Kingston Hill campus to celebrate the diverse activities that have been funded by Santander Universities since the partnership was launched in 2012.
Kingston University celebrated the entrepreneurial achievements of students and staff at the recent Celebrate Enterprise event at Kingston Business School, hosted by Enterprise.
Aspiring musicians from across the globe come to Kingston University to take part in a five-day intensive programme led by David Bowie's former music producer, Tony Visconti.
Comedian, actor and broadcaster Sir Lenny Henry praises 'amazing' students at Kingston University's Talent Awards
Kingston University's careers service - KU Talent - scoops an Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) Development Award, cementing its position in the top ten university careers services in the UK for its commitment to helping boost students' job prospects.
Kingston Business School ranked among the 33 best full-time MBA programmes in the United Kingdom in the QS GlobalBusiness Schools Report, hot on the heels of being awarded international accreditation by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
As the UK forges a new economic role in the world following the EU referendum, strengthening our global links is more important than ever. India's rapid economic growth and growing middle class population highlight its importance as a key partner for the UK.
The government's innovation agency, Innovate UK, is investing £15 million in projects that support small to medium size businesses (SMEs) to address technical or commercial challenges in health and life sciences (H&LS).
Kingston Business School, along with a number of partners is currently involved in two projects funded by Erasmus+, an EU programme which works to strengthen education, training, youth and sport in Europe.
Professor John Kitching from the University's Small Business Research Centre won the International Small Business Journal Best Paper Award for research looking at the link between policy and poverty among the self-employed.
An innovative new tool that could help revolutionise the clean-up process at decommissioning nuclear power sites has been developed by a Kingston University research associate who has won a Women in Innovation award.
As part of the ‘enterprise circle pitch', start-up entrepreneurs presented their business ideas to a panel of funding dragons made up of industry professionals.
Kingston Business School has joined a prestigious line up of leading global institutions awarded accreditation by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
This new report presents data drawn from official UK government sources to develop a picture of the current UK freelance workforce and looks at trends in freelance working.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Julius Weinberg has reiterated Kingston University's commitment to welcoming students from the European Union, emphasising its role as a vibrant, cosmopolitan university drawing students from right around the globe.
A group of third-year Kingston University business students has been named Company of the Year 2016 at the United Kingdom Young Enterprise Start-Up Awards and will now go on to represent the UK in July at the European final in Bucharest.
Kingston University has the most graduate start-up businesses in the country according to latest Government survey.