From societies to financial advice, dissertation writing to graduation certificates, the A-Z of useful links on the Student Services intranet pages should have everything you need to know.
There is information available on the Library Services website about subject support and general resources and referencing.
The following information may also be useful to your studies in the Department of Philosophy:
The Department of Philosophy resource library
The Departmental resource library is located in the Graduate Common Room (Room PB608). This contains copies of many useful philosophy papers, which can be read in the library or removed for up to 24 hours for photocopying.
Encyclopedias, reading lists & online articles
Philosophy on the web
Past exam papers
The College's Careers & Employability service offer specialised advice for students studying for a degree in Philosophy. More information on how they can help can be found on the careers website.
Here you will find sample examination papers (link) from the past three years, to give you an idea what to expect in your module assessment. Please note that in the case of new modules past papers will not be available.
If you remain unsure how best to prepare for your examinations, you are welcome and encouraged to discuss the matter with your personal or module tutor during their staff office hours.
Philosophy Library Subject Guide
The policy outlining the position of King's College London on relationships between members of staff and students is available in the Governance Zone.
It is intended to ensure that the staff-student relationship is one that is founded on mutual trust and confidence.