Unlike the traditional university route, we offer:
Help is available if you have (or think you may have) a learning difficulty, disability or medical condition. This includes the disabilities such as dyslexia, autism, Asperger’s, hearing loss, visual impairment and physical disabilities. See Kingston College's Additional learning Support pages for more details.
We know student debt is a big issue for many people. That’s why we’ve set our tuition fees at levels that are as affordable as possible.
The majority of our undergraduate students take advantage of Tuition fee loans, which are available if you don’t want to pay fees upfront.
The advantage of having more time with your tutor is that they won’t just broadcast their knowledge, expecting you to scribble notes that you memorise later. Our tutors make sure that students understand the principles they are teaching, and how to apply them, before moving on to the next topic.
Students are taught in class sizes that allow our tutors to give everyone the attention they deserve, giving students more opportunities for feedback.
The only down side? You won’t be able to hide at the back of a big lecture theatre, so make sure you’ve done the reading!
Our students graduate with real life skills as well as highly developed knowledge of their subject. Recently ranks as the best college in London, Kingston College graduates are in demand in the local area, and further afield!