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King’s College London is a public research university located in London, United Kingdom, and a founding constituent college of the federal University of London. It was established in 1829 by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington. It is one of the oldest universities in England and is organised into five campuses – its main and historic one located in the Strand in central London, three Thames-side campuses and one more in Denmark Hill in south London.Show more

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Art & Design
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Medicine
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Performing Arts
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3.9
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Dentistry
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Nursing
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  • Liberal Arts
    Dynamic and inclusive, but needs admin improvement

    Coming to King’s has got to be one of the best decisions I’ve made in life. The teaching structure is incredibly dynamic; I’ve learnt more in my first two years here than I did throughout high school. Although there’s always place for improvement, King’s is incredibly diverse and constantly strives to increase its international vision (highlighted by its internationalisation 2029 vision). The extracurriculars are something else I want to point out – with over 300 societies, all extremely active, King’s provides its students with an extremely enabling environment and allows them to step out of their comfort zones and become the best version of themselves (no I was not paid to write this, I just love my uni). From Model UN to Comedy Society, there’s never a dull moment at KCL (although the SU and admin could really do with some improvement – not the most efficient, slow at replying and oftentimes clueless when it comes to solving students problems). Also, the campuses and study spaces are great, without a doubt the best in London (BUSH HOUSE!!). Basically, coming to KCL has been life changing, and I’d 100% recommend it to anyone who’s considering applying 🙂

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    Programme: Liberal Arts
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2021
    Campus: London
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  • Business Management
    Great learning environment within and beyond the classroom

    In my opinion, the academics at King’s College London are highly challenging and interactive and help students develop many skills. Even the professors are highly qualified. However, I think the university lacks a community feel, perhaps because there is no campus life and accessing student services can prove to be quite difficult.

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    Programme: Business Management
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2021
    Campus: London
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  • Business Management
    Great capacity for learning within and beyond the classroom.

    My experience at King’s has been really good so far. The academics are challenging and professors are highly qualified however the student services can be difficult to access and since it is not a campus university, it lacks a certain community feel.

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    Programme: Business Management
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2021
    Campus: London
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  • Neuroscience
    Flexible schedule, high education

    I recommend this university because teachers and professors in this school are devoted to students. They contact with students frequently to collect opinions and try to improve. The difficulty of different classes is dependent on different major.

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    Programme: Neuroscience
    Degree: Master's
    Graduation: 2020
    Campus: London
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  • History and ...
    International Relations
    Excellent university in central London

    King’s is an excellent university, where you have access to some of the world’s leading academics in your field of study. It has several campuses across London, and most of them are situated in Lovely areas of central London, such as Holborn, South Bank and London Bridge. There are numerous societies that organize interesting and exciting events and the university itself organizes many interesting events. Earlier this year Hillary Clinton came to speak. The accommodation that King’s provides ranges in price and location, so there is something for everybody.

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    Programme: History and International Relations
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2020
    Campus: London
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  • Digital Culture
    Marfa
    Excellent working environment and decent help.

    I love King’s College London for the technologies that it provides in my Digital Technologies department and constant help if I need it – I can always contact my lecture/seminar leaders about my essays or logistics questions and the personal 1 to 1 hour is easily allocated even with short notice.

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    Programme: Digital Culture
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2021
    Campus: London
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  • Business Management
    Classes

    I love that the buildings are located all around the city, making London the campus. Non-mandatory attendance is a great thing in the program. The administration of the school is slightly chaotic and exam results are always delayed.

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    Programme: Business Management
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2022
    Campus: London
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  • Liberal Arts
    King's: Lack of University Spirit

    Generally the university scores very high on most criteria. It provides proper education, the facilities are modern and well-maintained, the lecturers and tutors are clear and usually provide detailed and useful feedback. Overall, the university is a very good one, but there are a couple of things that lack in my opinion. One of those is the option for more creative work due to a lack of variety in projects (the university is mainly concerned with research, essays, and strict mathematical problems). Most of the policies, such as the grading one, are a bit obscure as they rely on criteria such as “requires good analysis”. Students usually are not shown examples of what “good analysis” means, so this can be quite subjective, resulting in lower grades, especially in the humanitarian subjects, such as mine. In addition, the central location of the university (which is really comfortable) plays a role in the whole “university spirit”. Students do not hang out that often due to the lack of an actual campus as there are streets with cars between most of the university’s buildings. Although there’s a good variety of societies, most do not organize bigger gatherings (usually due to financial constraints), which again impacts the whole “community spirit”. Another point that should be made (which may be applicable to other universities in Central London as well) is the high accommodation prices. Most of the rooms are really well-looking, but I would not say they are worth the 300 GBP some of those costs.

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    Programme: Liberal Arts
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Campus: London
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  • International and ...
    European Law
    Radoslav
    Great Teaching and Career Services

    Very high quality of teaching, with many lecturers having previously taken senior positions within businesses or public/international authorities. This leads to very practice-focused lectures and courses in general, which is very important especially for Master’s degrees.

    The university offers a great variety of high-quality career services that are very easy for students to access.

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    Programme: International and European Law
    Degree: Master's
    Graduation: 2016
    Campus: London
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  • Nursing
    Supportive staff!

    I had to take medical leave and it was so stressful! But the staff were helpful and supportive and kind and helped me get ready to start my course over. I never felt like I was being ignored or that I needed to jump through hoops to get back to doing my masters. Graduation here I come!

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    Programme: Nursing
    Degree: Master's
    Graduation: 2020
    Campus: London
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