Kingston is one of the safest areas in the capital, offering all the advantages of city life with the comfort of campuses on the riverbanks.
Four campuses are located in central London or its surroundings, a vibrant and student-friendly place on the banks of the Thames. Central London is just a 30-minute train ride away. The university has four major campuses:
- Penrhyn Road Campus: Students from all campuses gather at this large central complex, home to the student union, main gym, and health center. The university's new landmark building, the Town House, is also located here. Programs include arts and social sciences, construction, computing and information systems, law, mathematics and statistics, science, and surveying.
- Kingston Hill Campus: This modern campus is surrounded by landscaped gardens and a protected forest. Situated near Richmond Park, the largest of London's eight royal parks, it's only three miles from Kingston city center. Some students live on the campus, creating a true sense of community. Programs include business, education, health, music, and social care.
- Kingston School of Art, Knights Park: This campus exudes a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Its location near the Hogsmill River (a tributary of the Thames) provides a picturesque backdrop and a quiet social space, all within walking distance of Kingston city center. Programs include architecture, art, and design.
- Roehampton Vale Campus: A new building near Richmond Park, offering high-quality facilities exclusively for engineering students, providing them with crucial professional experience. Programs include aerospace engineering, automotive engineering, motorcycle engineering, and mechanical engineering.