Introduction to Kingston University
Kingston Business School is a key part of Kingston University, the largest higher education provider in South West London, with more than 23,000 students enrolled on full and part-time courses. Its four campuses are located within a four-mile radius of the Kingston upon Thames town centre, which is 25 minutes from central London.
Among the most successful in the United Kingdom, Kingston University consistently ranks among the top institutions for student applications, is renowned for teaching quality and is a growing force in research. It is also highly regarded as a pioneer in e-learning and produces graduates who achieve impressive starting salaries as they enter the workforce. It is committed to opening up higher education to the whole community and encouraging students from under-represented and disadvantaged backgrounds to further their studies.
The University offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes spread across five faculties.
Introduction to Kingston Business School
One of the largest business schools in the UK, Kingston Business School is a long established and leading provider of management and business education for business professionals at all stages in their career.
The Faculty of Business and Law at Kingston has been at the forefront of excellence since it was formed in 1984. It combines the Business School and the Law School, both of which can trace their roots to the 60s. We run some of the longest established business and law courses in the UK. Our mission is to provide and unlock opportunities in business, management and the law and we do this by:
- Offering a comprehensive set of courses with an absolute dedication to student achievement and relevance;
- Pursuing world-class research which has impact on our stakeholders;
- Constantly engaging and interacting with practice to shape, inform and evaluate what we do.
Each of these three ingredients is embedded in what we do. On the research front, we collaborate with researchers and organisations across the world to study and develop new and influential ideas.
Our partners and collaborations include large multinationals corporations, but also small businesses, the not for profit sector (such as museums), nongovernmental organisations (including the OECD), United Nations bodies and governments throughout the world as well as at national and regional levels.
The Business School is split into three key departments:
- Department of Accounting, Finance & Informatics
- Department of Management
- Department of Strategy, Marketing & Innovation
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.