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King’s College London

Founded in 1829, King’s College London is a World Top 25 University with a longstanding history of delivering excellent education across its five campuses. As one of the oldest universities in England and as a member of the Russell Group, the association of Commonwealth universities, and the European University Association, it is of no surprise that King’s now attracts over 31,000 students from all around the world. Crucially, King’s is also one of the top 10 in the UK when it comes to graduate employability, with its graduates more likely to get a job compared to other UK-based institutions.
Course offerings at King’s are equally impressive as its excellent reputation; a staggering breadth of 275+ courses are on offer across King’s’ 9 academic faculties: the Faculty of Arts & Humanities; King’s Business School; the Dental Institute; the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience; the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine; the Dickson Poon School of Law; the Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences; the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care, and the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy. The majority of King’s courses also allow students to undertake placement and study abroad opportunities as part of their degree. Partnered institutions on offer stem from: North America, Latin America, Asia, Australasia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal,. Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey.
In terms of on-site facilities and services offered at King’s, these are comprehensive and include: the Maughan Library is a notable example, offering a fantastic round reading room, range of study spaces, and extensive facilities; the dedicated King’s Career Service which advertises job vacancies, and provides one-to-one support, workshops and events to provide students with the know-how to succeed in the world of work; its very own NHS Health Centre located in the Strand campus; respectful and comprehensive counselling services; dedicated disability support via the Disability Advisory Service, and much more. Crucially, King’s is also home to an award-winning Students’ Union: the King’s College London Students’ Union (or KCLSU) organises a range of social, sporting, and cultural activities throughout the calendar year, and provides students with numerous opportunities to voice their opinions and develop their skills. Furthermore, the KCLSU gives students the opportunity to engage with over 50 sports clubs and 260 societies and social groups, during their time at the university.
Overall, with: an exceptional reputation steeped in over 185 years of history; an excellent graduate employment rate; a staggering breadth of courses on offer, coupled with exciting placement and study abroad opportunities; comprehensive on-site facilities and services, including dedicated Disability, Careers and award-winning Student Union teams, King’s College is a Russell Group institution more than capable of delivering an excellent education. It is well-suited for anyone looking to pursue further study, alongside a comprehensive student experience.

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