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The BA Liberal Arts is interdisciplinary, innovative, and flexible, yet strongly grounded in the expert research-centred teaching of faculty in the Arts and Humanities.
Anchored by a distinctive core course in each year, you will study a broad range of options in the first year, before choosing a major for years two and three, which enables you to tailor the programme to your own interests. You are also encouraged to spend a semester abroad at one of our partner institutions in over 30 countries, and can take a credit-bearing internship module. You will study a modern language in year one, and have the opportunity to carry that on throughout the degree.
ABOUT THE Liberal Arts
This degree provides an ideal grounding for graduate work in the wide range of liberal arts subjects and opens up careers in a wide range of fields, including government, journalism and law. King’s careers service offers an extensive programme of support to enhance your employability.
The programme is interdisciplinary, and involves a wide degree of module choice from across the Arts and Humanities. You will have an academic mentor throughout your degree, on whom you can rely for personal guidance. Most of your classes will be taught in lectures and seminars, by some of the world’s most distinguished academics.
STRUCTURE OF PROGRAMMES & ASSESSMENT
The BA Liberal Arts is designed to develop you into both an informed global citizen, and an attractive prospect for employers. The degree offers you outstanding flexibility in your studies, balancing breadth of knowledge across disciplines with depth of learning in a preferred field.
You will be assessed using a variety of methods - coursework essays, examinations and, in your third year, an extended research project.
King’s is at the heart of one of the world’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities, within easy reach of numerous cultural and political institutions which will enrich and shape your experience of university life. You will have access to the outstanding collections and research facilities in the Maughan and Senate House Libraries, as well as the educational, social and sporting opportunities provided by the College and the University of London.
King's College London
Year of entry 2014