The Comparative Literature with Film Studies program opens up a breadth of possibilities of careers or continuing studies. It is the perfect launching pad for someone wanting to work in any academic, media-related or creative industries. Its flexible nature allows you to take modules from various departments, including language modules at any level from the Modern Language Centre.
King’s also offers an abundant choice of societies, activities and sport teams. I have been in the Women’s Football team for two years and have found joining a sports team to be a great way to meet people from different courses; the weekly competitions against other London universities are fantastic motivation for doing exercise.
I have also joined the Creative Writing society. For anyone like me who is interested in entering the world of media later on, King’s is a melting pot of journalistic and creative outlets. From Roar! the university newspaper, to The Notebook, its online magazine and KCL Radio, there are a wealth of options to get involved in.