Experience the excitement of studying at one of the best art schools in the UK. Socialise and discuss your ideas and projects with other students over lunch, offered in the wonderful surroundings of the Hogsmill River.
The Dame Elizabeth Esteve-Coll Centre opened in February 2012 and provides art and design library facilities on the Knights Park Campus.
In the Knights Park Campus we have a foyer gallery space 'Platform', which has a constantly changing exhibition of student work.
Trains run regularly from London Waterloo to Kingston upon Thames station or Surbiton station (at least every 15 minutes).
The train journey takes approximately 25 minutes. View TfL website to plan your journey: TfL website
Parking on campus is limited, but there are several public car parks in Kingston town centre.
Visit the Kingston Council Car Park website for full details of car parking in Kingston.
Kingston University's Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture has an international reputation and we count many of Britain's most successful creative practitioners amongst our graduates.
Starting life as the Kingston School of Art in the 1890's, the Faculty currently ranks in the top 10 of art and design schools in the UK and its focus is that of blending traditional craft with the latest technology.