Each year, Professor Til Wykes, Vice-Dean for Research at the Institute of Psychiatry at King's, brings together IoP academic stars to share their groundbreaking work with each other.
Laura Mackenzie, Head of Careers & Employability at King's, explains the many ways in which the service supports students in securing work experience, internships and developing their communication skills for when they graduate.
There are many ways to develop your employability at King's. here we showcase a selection of the activities you can get involved in when studying with us - internships, study abroad, volunteering, studying a language and taking the Associate of King's College, a unique qualification to King's which is free for all students to undertake.
Dr Clare Carlisle, Programme Director of the Associate of King's College (AKC) and Geography student, Kimberley Mackenzie, discuss the unique AKC programme and demonstrate how taking it is a great way to develop your employability.
Adam Dimitroff, Internships Manager at King's, and International Politics student, Timothy Bouyer, highlight how undertaking an internship is a great way to develop your employability and what King's does to support you.
Dominique Borel, Director of the Modern Language Centre at King's, and students, Eric Schmidt and Hal Wilson, discuss how learning a modern language is a great way to develop your employability and what King's does to support you.
Tom Atterson, Study Abroad Officer at King's, and History student, Sarah O'Rourke, highlight how undertaking Study Abroad is a great way to develop your employability and what King's does to support you.
Holly Walsh, Vice-President for Student Activities at King's College London Student Union (KCLSU), and students, Sharanpal Kaur and Louis Darby, discuss how volunteering is a great way to develop your employability and what King's does to support you.
Professor Sir Rick Trainor reflects on King's College London and its unique position and relationship with London.
Alice Regent, alumnus of BA History (2010), on how the King's Careers Service and her experience as a King's student helped her land a job at the British Museum