King's College London

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One of the founding members and most respected colleges of the University of London, King’s College London has multiple campuses in central London specializing in the humanities, biomedical sciences, and health and life sciences.

Founded in 1829, King's College has long held an outstanding reputation for learning, teaching, and research.   Many famous individuals have walked its halls, among them, John Keats, Florence Nightingale, and nine Nobel Prize winners, including Desmond Tutu.  Today, King's College is home to over 19,000 students, including 4,600 students from around the world. Each year, King's welcomes about 400 study abroad students. 

King's campusKing's Strand campus is home to the Humanities, Law, Physical Sciences and Engineering, plus the departments of Geography and War Studies.  The Waterloo campus hosts Nursing and Midwifery, some Biomedical and Health Sciences programs, Education, and Management.  The Guy's campus is the base of the School of Biomedical and Health Sciences. 

The Study Abroad offices at King’s College London and King’s College London USA provide support for all aspects of the study abroad experience. Dedicated advisers organize a two-day orientation program to ease the student’s transition into King’s. Students also have a specialized academic adviser from each department in which they study. 

The King’s College student card gives enrolled students access to 50 sports clubs and numerous societies providing outlets for academic, cultural, political and religious interests, and membership in the King’s College London Students’ Union, with its many services and amenities, including cafes, cafeterias, bars, nightclubs, shops, and a gym.