The University spends around 2.375 million GBP( INR 22,57,13,147) in an academic year. Kingston is only 30 minutes from central London and has been consistently reported as one of the safest boroughs, and Kingston is the ideal student location. The University has close links with organizations that advise developing real-world collaborative projects, and examples include Airbus UK, Astrium Eads, and HarperCollins.
- The Kingdom School of Art comprises world-class facilities, including a 3D materials workshop, digital media, hackSpace workshop, moving image workshop, photography workshop, and printmaking studios. The Faculty of Science, Engineering, and Computing maintains various facilities, including Scene of the Crime House and Learjet Lab and Centre for Augmented and Virtual Reality environments.
- Many Kingston courses carry professional accreditation from established organizations such as the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), and the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM). The University has recently spent more than 24,588,149 GBP ( INR 2,33,67,86,738) on new resources and facilities so that the students benefit from it.
- The University offers a range of external and internal scholarships. The Kingston University Scholarships include four major external scholarships: Chevening award, Fulbright Awards Program, CommonWealth scholarships, and Marshal Scholarships. Loyalty bursaries at 10% are also awarded to international students who have previously obtained a university degree.