Kingston University has been slammed by critics for offering one in four UK 18 year-old applicants controversial “conditional unconditional” offers making Kingston the third highest for these types of offers in the UK.
Kingston University has seen three per cent fewer student applications for the 2016 start compared to last year.
Politicians have urged the government to exclude students from immigration targets and encourage more to study in the UK. Laura Rietz Five parliamentary committee chairmen have called on David Cameron to take further action and make international [more…]
Tuition fees put off hundreds of Kingston freshers, UCAS figures suggest. Ollie Gillman and Ryan Rocastle Freshers were put off studying at Kingston by the rise in tuition fees, figures released by UCAS suggest. The [more…]
Hopes of uni bosses are high despite rising tuition fees seeing application numbers slashed for popular courses.
By Matt McEvoy
Kingston University and UCAS have revealed that the number of early applicants for 2012 entry has fallen by 10 per cent.
By Ashleigh Wight
Proposals to shake-up university admissions, including the scrapping of the clearing sytem, divide KU student opinion.
By Kim Heinz