Penrhyn Rd, Kingston upon Thames
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|Scholarship availability||£ 2500 by Go Study|
|Medium of instruction||English|
|Undergraduate Degree||Admissions Requirements||Tuition fees||Apply|
|International Foundation Year||IELTS 4.5 (UKVI)||17081 USD||Apply|
|International Year One||IELTS 5.5||17556 USD||Apply|
|Postgraduate degree||Admissions Requirements||Tuition fees||Apply|
|Pre-Master's Programme||IELTS 5.5||12482 USD||Apply|
Getting involved will not only make uni more fun, but it will also broaden your horizons. Over 60 different societies are available for you to join so you can meet likeminded people or learn something new to enrich your university life. From sports and languages to politics and religion, there is a chance to try activities you may never have considered before.
Kingston University's Students Union organises social events such as parties and sporting competitions and it is also there to help if you need advice. There really is a club or society for everyone, but if you think something's missing then why not start your own!
Where you live is an important part of studying at university and is a great way to make friends. Whilst at Kingston International Study Centre (KULISC) you can either choose to live in allocated student accommodation or elect for a private rented apartment or house share, all of which will base you only half an hour away from the vibrant centre of London.
The student halls of residence at Kingston offer a single study bedroom in a modern apartment shared with two to nine other students. The apartments are self-catered with shared kitchens, giving you the chance
If you would prefer to live independently Kingston University and the ISC can support to help you find housemates and look for the right apartment or house. There are plenty of options available, whether you want to live near your campus, in central London or elsewhere.
Located a 25-minute train ride away from the bright lights of central London, the historic town of Kingston upon Thames offers a calmer alternative to the city centre.
The laidback and leafy suburb is surrounded by spacious royal parks, including Richmond Park, which is home to wild deer and bird life. During the summer months River Thames cruises from Kingston offer a peaceful means of arriving in central London.
The University's Penrhyn Road campus hosts the central University facilities such as a fitness centre, a health centre and the Students’ Union HQ. The International Study Centre can be found on the Kingston Hill campus, which is a beautiful hillside site with a mix of Victorian and modern architecture.
A wide range of shops and cafés can be found in the centre of town and there is no shortage of nightlife with a host of pubs and popular student club nights. This well-connected town has excellent rail and airport links and historic sites such as Windsor Castle are just a short train journey away.