Whether you are an undergraduate, a master's student or a postgraduate researcher, the Faculty of Arts & Humanities at King’s is a fantastic place to study.
One of the most prestigious faculties of its kind, it was ranked 6th in Europe (QS World University Rankings 2018).
King's College London offers Arts & Humanities degrees in subjects ranging from Classics and History to Arts, Culture and Media; from Languages and Literature to Philosophy, Religion and Digital Humanities. In terms of subject range we are one of the most diverse faculties in the University of London, able to offer degrees and research opportunities with global reach, covering culture, arts, history, languages and literature from all around the world. With over 4800 students studying with us each year, we are also the second largest faculty in all of King's.
For those interested in reading about a side of life at King's that you may not have discovered before, try Between the Acts - a collection of blogs and thought-pieces from current Arts & Humanities students and academics. These posts touch upon a range of subjects from ' A day in the life of a classics student' to ' The differences between undergraduate and postgraduate study', and are sure to provide further insight into the 'A&H experience'.