Kingston College
Kingston Upon Thames
Surrey KT1 2AQ

Tel: 020 8546 2151
Web site:
www.kingstoncollege.ac.uk

Access co-ordinator:
Sue Brahams
Tel:  020 8268 2866

Access to Nursing/Social Work: Conor Butler
Tel: 020 8268 3031

Access to Science: Deborah James
Tel: 020 8268 3049

Access to Media:
Tim Rogers
Tel: 020 8268 2743

English Language Support: Steve Jones
Tel: 020 8268 2698

All other Access:
Sylvia Ofei-Kwatia
Tel: 020 8268 2706

Course information:
Tel: 020 8546 2151
Email: info@kingston-college.ac.uk

 

Situated in the centre of Kingston, the college is close to all amenities, with excellent transport links. The aim of the college is to provide the best of further, higher and adult education and training across a broad range of abilities.

The college enrols over 8,000 students each year. Approximately 3,500 adults join the college each year, predominantly to study part-time day or evening courses, either for general or academic reasons, or from a wish to develop their career or boost their skills. The quality of the college’s work is acknowledged in having achieved ‘Centre of Vocational Excellence’ status in Management and Related Professional Studies, Automotive Engineering and in Coaching, Leisure and Fitness.

For further information about the range of provision and opportunities open to you please look on the college’s website www.kingston-college.ac.uk

General information

Pre-Access: ‘Step into Success’ courses (for adults needing to improve their English Language and/or study skills before joining Access programmes)
Duration of courses: see individual entries
Childcare: Please contact our Childcare Advisor on 020 8268 2781
Learning support: The Learning Support Coordinator can advise on the help that the College can give.
Disabilities: For further information contact our Disability Advisor 020 8268 2970
ESOL: English language provision is offered at most levels. A Pre-Access course for speakers of other languages is also offered.
Foundation access (Health & Social Care):  Offered to candidates who do not meet criteria for Access to HE Diploma (Nursing) & (Social Work)

Courses

Access to HE Diploma (Nursing)
Attendance: Day
Progression: Degree/diploma in Nursing or other health-related subjects

Access to HE Diploma (Social Work)
Attendance: Day
Progression: Degree in Social Work

Access to HE Diploma (Combined Studies)
Attendance: Day or evening part-time over one or two years
Progression: A range of degrees in Humanities, Social Sciences, Law, Business and Management, Primary Teaching, Computing, Teaching

Access to HE Diploma (Business Studies)
Attendance: Day or evening part-time over one or two years
Progression: Degrees/HNDs in Business, Management and Marketing, International Relations, Economics

Access to HE Diploma (Computing)
Attendance: Day or evening part-time over one or two years
Progression: Degrees/HNDs in Computer Science, Business Information Systems, Information & Communication Technology

Access to HE Diploma (Law)
Attendance: Day or evening part-time over one or two years
Progression: Degrees/HNDs in Business, Management & Marketing, Law

Access to HE Diploma (Humanities)
Attendance: Day or evening part-time over one or two years
Progression: Degrees in a wide range of Humanities e.g. History, European Studies, English Literature, Law, English Language

Access to HE Diploma (Social Science)
Attendance: Day or evening part-time over one or two years
Progression: Degrees/diplomas in a wide range of Social Sciences and in Social Work or Youth and Community Work, Anthropology, Archaeology, Cultural Studies, Development Studies, Environmental Studies

Access to HE Diploma (Social Science & Humanities)
Attendance: Day or evening part-time over one or two years
Progression: Degrees/diplomas in a wide range of subjects: Social Work or Youth and Community Work,  Anthropology, Archaeology, Cultural Studies, Development Studies, Environmental Studies, History, European Studies, English Literature

Access to HE Diploma (Education Studies)
Attendance: Day or evening part-time over one or two years
Progression: Various related degrees

Access to HE Diploma (Teacher Training)
Attendance: Day or evening part-time over one or two years
Progression: BEd or BA (QTS)

Access to HE Diploma (Science)
Attendance: Day
Progression: Various

Access to HE Diploma (Media Studies)
Attendance: Day
Progression: Various