I chose to study history at King's based on the department's consistently strong ranking in university league tables. The course has not disappointed, as not only have I had the opportunity to be taught by some of the most eminent professors in their field, but I have also been allowed the flexibility to study periods of history I am personally most interested in.
The central location of the Strand Campus was also a big attraction, and being so close to famous landmarks such as Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden has been fantastic.
I found living in the catered Intercollegiate halls of residence an incredible experience. Not only was I able to make friends with an eclectic group of people from a number of different universities, but I was also within walking distance of the Strand Campus and Maughan library, which made it ideal for getting to and from the College.
Choosing between the huge range of entertainment options in London can be a little daunting at first as central London is packed with bars, cinemas, clubs and gig venues. Soon though you find yourself thrown into the buzz with relish, taking advantage of the huge range of student discounts, free gigs and cheap nights which will ensure you do not blow your budget.