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Arts & Humanities at King's is 6th in QS rankings

Posted on 01/03/2018

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Arts & Humanities at King's College London is 6th in the UK in the 2018 QS World Subject Rankings.

It is also improved its international ranking and is now 23rd in the world.

Within the Faculty the disciplines of Classics, English, History, Philosophy and Theology & Religious Studies all appeared in the UK Top 10 and world Top 25.

Professor Russell Goulbourne, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, said: “I’m delighted to see our position as a world-leading Faculty of Arts & Humanities reaffirmed by the latest QS rankings, which assess performance according to what are key aspects of our mission, namely teaching, research, nurturing employability and internationalisation.

“Such rankings are one indicator of the real difference we make through the work that we do, and I’m grateful to all my colleagues for making the Faculty what it is today.

Study the arts and humanities with us

We are one of the UK's most prestigious arts and humanities faculties, based in the heart of London with close links with renowned cultural institutions including the British Museum, Shakespeare's Globe and the National Portrait Gallery.

We are one of the most diverse faculties in terms of subject range in the University of London and are therefore able to offer undergraduate degrees, postgraduate masters and research opportunities in all aspects of human culture and history, from ancient languages and history to contemporary film studies.

You can find out more about our course on the online prospectus, or visit one of our open days to meet our staff and hear from current students.



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