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Education partnerships in London


We work with partners in London to develop distinctive learning opportunities that help our students develop the skills and networks that will support them in their future careers.

Our ambition is to make the world a better place by providing our students with a transformative education, enabling them to turn their curiosity and aspirations into a lasting basis for success, social impact and continuous learning. 

Our partnerships with our local boroughs and across the capital are a distinctive feature of a King’s education. Across all our faculties, formal and informal learning programmes integrate London into our students’ experiences and provide opportunities to test their learning in real world environments. These connections and collaborations help our students take away the best possible life opportunities and to develop lifelong connections and networks that will support them throughout their careers. 

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This programme is jointly taught by the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy and the Southbank Centre.


454x276px_ABCs_study18TH CENTURY STUDIES MA
Taught by the British Museum and lecturers from across the Faculty of Arts
& Humanities, this course also gives students unique access to National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Society, the Foundling Museum, and Sir John
Soane’s Museum.

The Dickson Poon School of Law and the International Bar Association are collaboratively delivering this 2-year advanced Masters of Law course with immersive London-based training modules.



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