King's provides you with an excellent academic background combined with a broad clinical exposure. We are taught by lecturers who are well versed in their respected fields and we have access to many learning aids, in particular the Gordon Museum and the opportunity to study anatomy via dissection and prosection. The graduate course also comprises students from many different academic backgrounds (science and humanities) which encourages social development and the opportunity to learn from one another.
Outside the curriculum, King's provides a forum for the development of non-academic interests, and we are encouraged to participate in ventures that will develop us as individuals. I have also been able to maintain my clinical skills by working in dental practice and nights shifts as maxillofacial SHO.
I am confident that King's will provide me with an excellent degree, but also cultivate me into a well rounded individual so that I have a solid foundation on which to build on during my career.