What do students think about their experience at King's in the School of Arts and Humanities? Here is a collection of our favourite comments from this year's Advocacy Survey.
All King’s leavers in 2012 were invited to take part in a new online survey to give their feedback.
A word cloud to depict student responses to the question 'describe a King's graduate in 3 words'.
Comments from undergraduate students
“The general atmosphere and warmth that surrounded the place” (Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies)
“Support to explore your own ideas” (English Language and Literature)
“Welcoming attitude and academic passion of department” (French)
“Prestige and location” (Music)
“Its central location, top quality teaching and opportunities to study abroad.” (Film Studies)
“The academic staff have all been very helpful, supportive and highly knowledgeable on their subject.” (History)
“Being in one of the world's top universities” (Classics)
“High academic standards and central London location” (Theology & Religious Studies)
“It has a very stimulating learning environment.” (European & International Studies)
Comments from postgraduate students
“Outstanding teachers, inspiring and intellectually stimulating community, fantastic location.” (department not specified)
“The ability of the lecturers to hold the classes attention and deliver the information” (Culture, Media & Creative Industries)
“Location and academic challenge” (History)
“The relaxed, sociable atmosphere combined with the tremendous expertise of a traditional university that covers the whole range of classical humanities subjects.” (Classics and Comparative Literature)
To find out more about student surveys at King's including the National Student Survey (NSS), Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES), or the Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES) please see the student surveys page.