Kingston University was again nominated for prestigious awards, awarded by British universities the Guardian. At the ceremony, the University was named second in the nomination "best program of involving students in University life" in the national contest organized by a newspaper in 2016.
The award recognizes a project or initiative that has had the maximum positive effect on the student experience – increased the comfort level of their stay in the University or improved their academic records.
The program of Kingston University koordiniruyutsya specially created by the team to attract students to participate in University life. It involves a range of activities to support students in all aspects of University life. The focus of the programme aims to motivate students for independent actions to manage their learning process in the University. Learn more about the programs offered by the University of Kingston.
The head of the team to attract students to participate in University life Therese Reinheimer-Jones said she is very proud of everyone who made a contribution to the program.
She said: "the Award in the category "best student experience" is the most prestigious of all the categories of the competition and the fact that the Guardian newspaper has called us a second, reflects the enormous achievements of the University at the national level. We work closely with the student team and these accomplishments testify to the efforts made both by students and staff of our University."
Kingston University in 2014, became a winner of the Guardian is in the category of HR Diversity Initiative (diversification of human resources activities), and in 2015, took second place once in 2 nominations of the contest Guardian: diversity/widening participation (diversifying/deepening) and sustainability (stability of results).