Head Start 2022

Applications for Head Start Online are now closed.

What will happen at Head Start 2022?

Our Head Start programme will take place over the summer of 2022 between July and September, there will be a mixture of three day and one day events to choose from. They are completely free to attend, and if you register for one of the three day events then free accommodation in our halls of residence is available.

This is a great opportunity to get prepared for life as an undergraduate student and receive lots of invaluable tips, advice and guidance delivered by members of staff from key areas of the University. You'll also be able to interact with current students, who'll give you an insight into student life from their perspective. By taking part in Head Start you'll feel more confident and better prepared to start your course.

Here's just a taste of what will happen at Head Start:

  • Meet current students and find out what it's really like to study at Kingston University
  • Make new friends with other people who will also be new to Kingston University
  • Take part in exclusive question panels with key groups from the University, including Accommodation, Health and Wellbeing and Money Advice teams
  • Useful advice sessions about managing your own budget, and finding part-time work and placements
  • Meet the Union of Kingston Students to find out how to get involved in clubs and societies
  • Exclusive information for mature learners and mental health, disability and dyslexia support
  • Learn about our libraries and the facilities they offer
  • Get valuable study tips, advice and guidance about studying within Higher Education

For more information you can refer to our frequently-asked questions section, or talk to our current students directly about their experiences at Kingston University.

More information about our Head Start 2022 programme will be released in due course.

Very helpful and fun, as well as informative.

Law with Professional Experience student, 20

Thank you for such a fabulous opportunity and for making the transition so much easier!

Children's Nursing student, 18.

Head Start was an amazing experience. It made my confidence level go up and I can't wait to start university at Kingston.

Criminology student, 18.

Really boosted my confidence and I'm not worried about fitting in anymore. I also have met others on my course which is a great start.

Adult Nursing student, 47

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