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Campuses

Kingston Hill Campus

Campuses

Kingston and St George’s delivers its education across a number of campuses at Kingston University and St George’s, University of London. The location at which your education takes place is determined by which University awards the degrees of the subject discipline, and the specialist facilities needed to provide the best learning experience.

Despite most subject disciplines being based at a main campus, most of our courses enable our students to make use of the multiple campuses across both universities to enrich their learning experience.

Kingston University campuses

Kingston University has four campuses spread across Kingston upon Thames.

Kingston and St George’s students make use of two campuses for its outstanding facilities that support our courses:

  • Kingston Hill – a quiet, leafy campus located just outside of the Kingston upon Thames town. Kingston and St George’s students based at this campus include:
    • Nursing
    • Midwifery
    • Social Work
    • Education
  • Penrhyn Road – the largest and most vibrant campus, located in the heart of Kingston upon Thames town.
    Radiography students are based at this campus, as well as at St George’s, University of London.


St George’s, University of London campus

St George’s, University of London has one campus located in Tooting, south west London. The University shares a site with St George’s Hospital, one of the oldest and most reputable teaching hospitals in the United Kingdom.

Kingston and St George’s students based at this campus for its outstanding facilities include:

  • Rehabilitation sciences
  • Paramedic science
  • Radiography
  • Workforce development courses