I thoroughly enjoyed studying my undergraduate degree at King’s, which is why I chose to continue my academic development here. The opportunities offered are diverse, underpinned by dedicated support from staff which no doubt brought out the best in my abilities. I was fortunate enough to be taught by leading and highly experienced academics which further attributes this course.
The style of teaching in small seminar groups allows for in-depth discussion to take place, and a more comfortable environment in which to learn and analyse each issue raised. The Medical Ethics & Law programme is a unique course in London which allowed me to question in depth a wide range of sensitive and controversial topics, inevitably broadening my outlook on current medical affairs. Furthermore, no other London university offers such appealing content within their programme.
As a scientist, hoping to study medicine, I found the programme enabled me to comprehend the ethical and legal complexities of this career, and appreciate that awareness of medical ethics helps to enhance and influence exceptional medical practice. Furthermore, as my classmates were all from diverse backgrounds (law, medicine, philosophy); I began to appreciate various viewpoints I would not have considered prior to studying the course.
I sincerely believe that this course provided more than an outstanding curriculum, it allowed my colleagues and I to advance our learning and knowledge in the most intellectually stimulating environment conceivable.