Kingston University
Kingston University
Surrey, United Kingdom
Kingston University

Centres of Research Excellence These are our established research groupings – our pillars of research strength. Our Centres provide a stimulating and supportive environment that nurtures the highest quality research. Each Centre acts as a hub for researchers, from students to professors, ensuring a dynamic, sustainable research base and active knowledge sharing. Research centres, groups, institutes and clusters We have many other active research centres, groups, institutes and clusters. Some of these carry out very specialist research and sit within larger Centre structures; others are more fluid in nature. Groups of researchers may come together to work on particular projects or to pursue emerging areas of enquiry. Over time a grouping may grow and become recognised as a Centre of Research Excellence. Research in faculties Although research at the University is often multidisciplinary, the faculties have an important role in the management and communication of research. Find out more on the dedicated faculty research pages.

  •     Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture
  •     Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
  •     Kingston Business School and Law School
  •     Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education
  •     Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing

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Kingston University
Kingston University
Location: Surrey, United Kingdom | Closing on Apr 17
Lecturer in Advertising
These innovative courses are a fundamental part of the Department and Faculty’s strategy. Each degree is made up of a blend of creative and commercial skills and knowledge with the overall objective of providing an educational experience that prepares graduates for roles in the creative economy.
Kingston University
Kingston University
Location: Surrey, United Kingdom | Closing on Apr 17
Lecturer Design Management
Applications are welcome from people across a wide range of creative industry and academic backgrounds. Though a PhD is desirable it is not essential, as experience working in Higher Education and an understanding of current developments in design management and an awareness of the latest production techniques, tools and materials are the most important criteria. This exciting role is an opportunity for a committed and creative individual to play a critical role in the strategy of the faculty and make a noticeable contribution to the development of the creative industry sector. If you are able to demonstrate a broader range of knowledge, skills and experience we will recruit on a senior level.