Students and graduates of Kingston University lead the country in the number of successful business projects in different fields of business.
According to the recently published data of the British Agency of statistics of higher education of Kingston University for the sixth time was in first place for number of business startups by University graduates.
Kingston survived stiff competition with other universities, and was recognized as the best among 158 universities in the UK – 371 a graduate of the University last year launched his own successful business project. The published figures indicate that each of the ten open in UK graduates start-UPS owned by former students of Kingston University.
Provided by the Agency data also show that the total turnover of all the companies open to graduates of Kingston is about £ 30 million – about 5.5% of the turnover of all active start-UPS in the country created by students and graduates of British universities.
The secret of the effectiveness of Kingston University in the formation of students ' entrepreneurial skills concluded active involvement of the alumni, held successfully in business, to participate in various training sessions and projects of the University.
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The head of the University program of business education Dr Martha Mador was in awe of how many former students of Kingston have expressed a desire to share their knowledge and help shape a new generation of successful businessmen. They are ready to provide consultation and assessment of student projects, to be mentors, as well as to sponsor University competition Bright Ideas Competition, aimed at finding young talents in the field of entrepreneurship.
Graduates of Kingston University has achieved considerable success in various fields. For example, students of international business Askar Bulegenov and Pauline Torshin has established a joint techno project Grocemania, which works with supermarkets, Express delivery of vegetables to corporate clients and private houses. A graduate of the same program of the University of Violetta Elias opened his own business in the sector of the beauty industry – her company Pamperist provides an Internet platform to search for individual craftsmen customers given the geography of their location, price and level of quality of services.
Except for the first position in the ranking of startups graduates, University of Kingston has achieved this year and other impressive results. Student team of the University Staunchh won the prize company of the Year 2016 at the prestigious British youth start-UPS competition Young Enterprise Start-Up Awards and soon will represent UK at the European finals of the competition for start-UPS.