Kingston University London opened its doors in 1899 with chemistry, electrical wiring, building construction, nursing, dressmaking, and clay modelling as the school's first specialisations.
Kingston, United Kingdom, is home to many campuses of the University. Additionally, there are campuses at Friars Avenue and Crammer Terrace in London. In addition to its Penrhyn Road campus, Kingston Hill, the Kingston School of Art in Knight's Park, and the Roehampton Vale campus.
There are two mainline railway stations, several bus lines, and major highways that make it simple to get to any university's locations. Additionally, both Gatwick and Heathrow airports are only a short drive away from the University.
The Kingston School of Art, the Faculty of Business and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, and the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing comprise the University's four faculties. In addition, undergraduate and graduate programmes in various fields are available via the University's many faculties.