The King’s College London and University of Warwick partnership aims to nurture a passion for learning and research amongst students, through an active and outward-looking curriculum that will ensures that all students are able to:
experience the thrill of working in a research culture
engage in academic discourse at a high level
gain a global perspective on study and research
engage with communities beyond the university
The King’s-Warwick Project
has undertaken a fundamental review of the approach to undergraduate curricula, to ensure that both institutions continue to be at the forefront of high quality education, offering a distinctive and engaging curriculum.
The Project has drawn on an intensive period of activity in 2010, and a large number of sources. An international survey of twenty-five institutions in five countries has been completed, involving over twenty site visits. Project reports are available at the links below.
The initiative builds on existing excellence from both institutions and a high quality of research, offering the potential of a research-rich environment for students.
Download/View Summary Project Report (pdf, 2.2MB)
Download/View Final Project Report (pdf, 1.2MB)
The King's-Warwick Project was funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)