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With over 3,000 students, Kingston and St George’s is one of the largest providers of pre-registration nursing in London and a thriving hub for research and innovation. Nursing is based at the beautiful, landscaped Kingston Hill campus, just outside Kingston upon Thames town centre. Employers, service users and students all contribute to the development of our teaching which is practice-based and highly responsive to changing health and social care needs.

Our research areas include primary care nursing, health and social care issues for people with long-term conditions, the education of professionals, workforce innovation and patient and public involvement. We ensure that our research has a positive impact on the student experience and the quality of our educational portfolio.

Equally important to students are our state-of-the-art, high fidelity skill laboratory facilities, including live video and audio, mobile and online technologies and innovations such as using role play in simulated learning.

Why choose us?

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The Guardian University Guide 2015 ranks Kingston and St George’s as top in London for Nursing.
Our Registered Nurse programmes have a 50 per cent practical component and a 50 per cent component for theoretical knowledge.
A focus on learning together with other health and social care professions enhances inter-professional and team working.
Third year students can develop their community nursing skills on our Alternative Practice Programme. You will explore topics such as mental health, wellbeing, nutrition, sustainability, and prepare a presentation.
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Through our Heritage 2 Health programme, you will work with professionals in the creative industries, helping to promote the best care for service users at heritage sites.
Employment prospects
Student benefits
Practice placements
Student support