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King’s has enhanced its course offerings and is introducing a number of new programmes across disciplines for students entering university in September 2015.
student to attempt the Atlantic Challenge
First year student Jack Galsworthy is set to row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean for the Taliker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge in December 2015, as part of the two-man team Atlantic Castaways.
isoc raises over £80,000 in one week
King’s College London’s Islamic Society (ISOC) has beaten its record from last year to raise an impressive £80,494.52 in just one week, as part of the Charity Week initiative.
Students call for greater support for doctors undertaking humanitarian aid
At this year’s British Medical Association (BMA) student conference, medical students from King’s presented a motion on behalf of the King’s College London delegation calling for greater recognition and support for British doctors and medical students undertaking international humanitarian aid.
Forensic Science MSc student, Leo Salvia, is being mentored by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) at the Ministry of Defence in explosive materials research, as part of his MSc research project.
A team of five LLM students from The Dickson Poon School of Law have won an international law and diplomacy competition hosted by the Université Paris X Nanterre and sponsored by UK-based international law firm Simmons &Simmons.
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