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UK: Kingston has designs on innovation success

Do you want to take your creative problem solving skills to the next level?

Kingston University will soon open a new centre for design and innovation, called Innoversity. The centre will include a laboratory for designers, researchers and engineers. By bringing all these disciplines together, solutions for real-life business challenges can be found.

Professor Penny Sparke, Kingston University’s Pro Vice Chancellor for Research and Enterprise, says that the university is “perfectly placed to break down the barriers between different subject areas, to allow new products to be invented and creative business strategies developed.”

Each Innoversity team will consist of four people: Masters and research students, and faculty staff; from design, business, engineering and social science. There will be a strong emphasis on health-related projects, and the opportunity to work with local organisations such as Historic Royal Palaces. “Innoversity will take design out of the 20th Century – where it had become little more than an extension of advertising – and into the 21st Century as a creative and intellectual force,” says Professor Sparke.

Interested in finding out more about Kingston University? Talk with one of our student counsellors for more information.

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Dear Sir/Madam,
I am studying post graduate in visual communication in WCLI Delhi,awrded by Wigan & leigh College UK.My second just over ,and want to join Kingston from this year.Is it practicle and possible?
I expect positive answer from you.Could you help me in this regard.
Thank you.

i would like to be one of your students and if you will grant my request mail me back

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