Although King's lecturers are very busy, they are willing to spend time with students offering invaluable advice about assignments, exam preparation, and dissertations. Rather than simply telling me what to do, my lecturers focused on teaching me the skills required for finding my own answers and correcting problems in my work.
London is one of the centres of Philosophy and Humanities. While at King's, I have had the opportunity to attend lectures held by the Royal Institute of Philosophy and visit many of London's world class landmarks, including Royal Albert Hall, the National Gallery, and Tate Modern. By studying in London you have the opportunity to experience some of the finest performances, artwork, and academic presentations in the world.
King's has its own bar and pub, and there are also many cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants around campus, which are great for gathering. King's students are passionate in what they study, so there's almost always some common ground to connect with people. In addition to classes, my programme organises research seminars for students, which can help you get to know people through academic exchange.