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Subject area groups

Here you can find alumni groups from your course or subject at King's. Connect with old and new friends, sign up to receive updates and attend events.

The King's College London Bar & Mooting Society pride themselves on strong links with alumni. They help provide networking opportunities for former and current students in both the legal and business world, and ensure members can access the contacts and information they need to pursue a successful legal career.

Regular events are organised at the Inns of Court and the society welcome all alumni at the Bar (including retired and non-practising barristers).

Contact the Bar & Mooting Society via

To keep up to date withe society please follow us on Twitter @kclbms or visit the KCL Bar Society website:


The King's College London Construction Law Association (KCCLA) is an active association existing for the benefit of its members who are the alumni and current students of the King’s College London and Singapore MSc and Diploma in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution. The current students and forthcoming graduates of the Singapore MSc and Diploma programme are most welcome and are encouraged to register and join the KCCLA.

Found out more by visiting the KCCLA website:


The Dental Alumni Association was established in 2002 with the aim to encourage and provide opportunities for past dental students and staff to meet and keep in touch with each other, current students, and staff at the Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences at Guy’s, King’s College and St Thomas’ Hospitals and the Royal Dental Hospital.

The Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences is proud of its alumni and is in regular contact with over 7,000 dental graduates from the current and former schools including Guy's Hospital Dental School, King's College Hospital Dental School, the Royal Dental Hospital Dental School and the United Medical and Dental Schools.

Dental alumni frequently return to the Faculty for class reunions and social events, and every year the Dental Alumni Association organises a popular professional development event for alumni; the Dental Alumni Weekend.

For more information please visit this website.

The Geography Alumni Society (incorporating the Joint School Society) started as an association of former members of the geography departments of King's College London and LSE, know as the Joint School of Geography, which ran from 1922 until the arrangement was terminated in 1997. The Society has recently changed its name to become more relevant to alumni who have graduated since then.

Members meet several times a year for guided walks and the Society also publishes a Winter Bulletin and an annual Newsletter.

If you would like to be added to their mailing list, please contact:

Dr Paul Collinson (King's 1990)


Tel: 07879 460767

Read their latest newsletter.

After 15 years as Director of Clinical Studies at the University of Oxford, Guy’s alumnus Dr Tim Lancaster (Guy’s, Medicine, 1983) returned to GKT as Dean. He brings with him a great passion for medical education, and we wish him the very best of luck.

Guy’s campus continues to develop, with the transformation of Boland House into the Science Gallery London, and the KCLSU student union’s second year in the renovated West Wing building. Guy's Bar lives on and is open for alumni and friends to visit.

And in 2018 we saw our first cohort of final years graduate under the pilot of Stage 3 (years 4 and 5) of the new 2020 Curriculum.

Caring for refugees

Kitrinos Healthcare are a team providing medical services to over 60,000 refugees in camps in Greece. They are currently short of prescribing doctors and nurses and are reaching out for help. Accommodation can be provided.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please contact Kitrinos Healthcare at:

The King's College London Engineers’ Association (KCLEA) is the alumni association for all King’s Engineering graduates. The Association aims to provide opportunities for alumni to keep in touch with each other and the College. They also aim to provide support for the College, current students, and the King’s College London Engineering Society (KCLES).

KCLEA hold events throughout the year including committee meetings, an AGM, an annual Lecture and Summer Lunch reunions. They also attend the KCLA Annual General Meeting.

The KCLEA produces two newsletters a year and has a regularly updated website. KCLEA is one of the oldest alumni groups in the College and one of its most prestigious traditions is the awarding of bursaries, prizes and medals each year to current engineering students.

For more information please visit the KCLEA website:


Alumni Advisory Group

The London group is led by the King’s Alumni Office, and is supported by an advisory group made up of nine alumni from a diverse range of industries and backgrounds.

Your Alumni Network in London

As one of 35,000 King’s alumni based in London, we want to help you make the most of your capital city connections. That’s why we’ve created a series of events and activities based in and around London. The programme includes priority bookings for alumni events in London, regular, London-focused email updates, exclusive invitations to dinners and exhibitions, and a number of volunteering opportunities, such as mentoring.

Please email us at:

King’s Business School has a growing community of over 9,000 alumni in 118 countries around the world. Our network includes graduates working across a diverse range of industries from finance and consulting to government and social entrepreneurship. Each year, hundreds of King’s Business School alumni connect at professional development and networking events. Many also provide invaluable support to current and future King’s Business School students as role models and mentors.

Find out more about King’s Business School’s alumni community by clicking the link below, and expand your network by joining the King’s Business School group on King’s Connect.

KBS alumni

We are the Alumni Society for Queen Elizabeth College. Our history started with the Women's Department of King's College London, first established as the Ladies' Department in 1885, that was incorporated into the University of London as a distinct College in 1908 and renamed King's College for Women. In 1915, however, the work of the College diverged as divinity, arts and science subjects were transferred back to King's College on the Strand. The remaining home science and economics classes became the Household and Social Science Department, which was still part of King's College for Women, but now situated in new premises in Campden Hill, Kensington. The College achieved independence in 1928 as the newly styled King's College of Household and Social Science (KCHSS); this is why we have the (K) in the abbreviation of our Alumni association name to reflect the KCHSS days. Specialising in nutritional, physical and biological sciences, our College was granted its Royal Charter in 1953 and renamed Queen Elizabeth College. As a result of underfunding in the 1980's it became clear that the College could no longer continue on its own and merged with King's College London in 1985. We have an Annual reunion and AGM, held at Kings in the Strand, and an annual magazine, Envoy; the 2022 edition is 56 pages long. Details of the Annual Reunions, Envoy, and lots more happening with the Alumni Association, can be found on our website.


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