London, United Kingdom
* Variety of programmes We offer a range of postgraduate courses across a variety of business and law disciplines. Whether you are looking to develop your existing career further, or potentially looking at a career change you can be assured that our masters courses have been designed to meet the demands of today's organisations and the ever changing global economy.
* Academic success Many of our courses are accredited or recognised by the leading professional bodies within that area. Coupled with the fact that many of our academics are active in both research and professional practice you will find all our courses relevant to today's world and the industry they support.
* Student Services The learning resource centre at Kingston Hill, named the Nightingale Centre, offers a wide range of services and 24 hour access during term time alongside academic text loans. Students can also access printed journals, over 450,000 books and audiovisual material, subscriptions to over 2000 printed and 30000 electronic journals, 28,000 electronic journals, a newspaper archive, CD-ROMs, DVDs and videos. Kingston also provides a Careers and Employability service that offers help and advice, access to its library of resource material; and the chance to attend employer recruitment seminars. Furthermore, with central London just 25 minutes away by train, you'll be within easy reach of a huge range of employers.
Kingston Business School is a long established and leading provider of management and business education for business professionals at all stages in their career. Many of the courses that we run are accredited and recognised by relevant professional bodies within their respective fields. With a thriving community that embraces staff, students, external collaborators and alumni alike, Kingston Business School is a key player at the heart of both the academic and business communities.
Kingston University Law School offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses across a variety of legal fields. Our range of courses caters for students looking to undertake a qualifying law degree, enhance skills within a certain legal field or study law as part of a combination with another subject. Additionally we also have an established Law PhD programme with dedicated facilities, lifelong learning opportunities and continuous professional development. Many of our courses are recognised by professional bodies, illustrating their quality and relevance in todays world.
Many of the courses that we run are accredited and recognised by relevant professional bodies within their respective fields. As part of our commitment to providing quality, relevant courses we seek accreditation and recognition wherever possible. In fact the Higher Education Funding Council of England awarded us a quality rating for 'Excellence in teaching'.
Kingston Business School is also one of an elite number of UK business schools with Association of MBA accreditation of our MBA courses. Plus we have received EPAS accreditation from the European Foundation for Management Development for several of our postgraduate and undergraduate business programmes; only the second UK business school to receive this accreditation.
To view a full list of our accreditations, please visit our website.
Kingston Hill is an attractive hillside campus about three miles outside Kingston town centre. Its modern buildings and cutting-edge facilities complement its landscaped gardens and green spaces.
In addition to its many teaching rooms and computer labs, Kingston Hill is home to a fully-equipped music studio, halls of residence and lots of social spaces (including a Students' Union bar, student canteen and learning café). With so many facilities on site, the campus enjoys a friendly, community feel.
A new £30 million teaching building for the Kingston Hill campus is due to open in 2012. As well as formal teaching areas, the new building will include space for informal learning.
Kingston upon Thames has clubs ranging from the indie Bacchus to glitzy Oceana, lots of pubs and bars and restaurants. There are also some University-affiliated cultural resources, including the Stanley Picker art gallery, the Dorich House art gallery; the Rose Theatre; and concerts, talks and other events.