Your application will now be passed on to the relevant admissions team for consideration in line with our Admissions Policy (PDF). In some cases we may require you to attend an interview, an audition, or send us a portfolio before we make a final decision. We will contact you if this is the case.
If you are a nursing or midwifery student and would like to get a head start of preparing for your interview, then senior lecturer, Jane and adult nursing student, Padraig can help. Watch a video where they share their top tips for Nursing and Midwifery interviews.
If you are required to submit a portfolio but haven't done so yet, watch our Kingston School of Art portfolio advice video for some valuable tips on how to put together your winning portfolio.
Applicants based in the UK who apply for courses that do not have an interview or an audition will be invited to attend an Applicant Experience Day. We have two of these events which happen in February and March each year.
You should look out for emails from us to book your place as these interactive Applicant Experience Days are limited and spaces will up fast.
This year for the first time we are offering a travel bursary to attend these events. We will let you know more about these in the email we send you inviting you to attend.
Alternatively, you can explore our campuses via our virtual tour.
You can stay up-to-date with all the exciting things going on at Kingston by following us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Once you have an offer to study with us, you'll receive an invite to join our exclusive Facebook group for new students, where you can connect with other freshers' and build a wide network of friends.
Please note that we will mostly communicate with you by email, so please check:
Thank you once again for applying to Kingston University. We will be in touch soon.
Kingston University Admissions