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On this page you will find links to important information that will help you prepare for university.
Welcome to halls is your official guide to living in halls of residence.
Once your place has been confirmed, you'll receive an email within 24 hours containing an Accommodation Preference web-form so you can reserve a place in our halls of residence without having to commit to a contract just yet. The Accommodation Team will then notify you of your room allocation by Friday 4 September. Then, your move-in date, payment plan and terms and conditions will be confirmed.
The Kingston Bursary offers 400 bursaries of £2,000 to eligible students. If you are eligible you will receive an email containing details on how to apply.
Tips and advice for students commuting to Kingston University.
Information and advice to support any student with a disability.
Advice about student finance, fees payment, planning a budget and more.
Information about spaces for prayer, worship, meditation and discussion.
Find out about research, events and facilities in your subject area.
Information about on-campus GP services and mental health support.
Information about IT support and resources for new students.
Find out about international enrolment, airport pick-up service and more.
Advice about job hunting both before and after you graduate.
You will have a library induction during Welcome Week and be introduced to all the facilities and resources on offer. However, you can search our print and electronic resources now on iCat, our online library catalogue.
Find out about our Mature Students' Society and more.
Welcome Week will be packed with fun activities organised by the Union of Kingston Students.
You can also find out about the huge range of sports, societies and volunteering opportunities on offer at Kingston.