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Student societies


There are four societies affiliated closely with the Department:


KCL Tech Society

KCL Tech is King’s College London’s dedicated Technology society, bringing together students with different skill sets from various disciplines to create an innovative and supportive community, sharing passions from AI to IoT. Relaunched in 2022, the society has quickly built up a reputation for having exciting events from hosting TechSummit - the UK’s biggest student entrepreneur career fair, to running multiple hackathons (e.g., HackKing’s, FirstYearHack) as well as providing weekly workshops and talks with industry. What’s more, all the events are free.


KCL Robotics Society

Like a challenge? Jump in, get your hands dirty, and learn how to build whatever you want. Assemble your own maze-solving robot. Prefer to relax? Design a robot to water your plants for you. Enjoy a laugh? 3D print a robo-roach to scare your flatmates. Space, tools, equipment; hands-on workshops for all skill levels; talks by experts on hot topics; and the chance to make some like-minded friends.

FEATURE Robot Arms Heart

KCL Engineering Society (KCLES)

The KCL Engineering Society (KCLES) is the oldest collegiate society of its kind in the world. Founded in 1847, the society is open to all undergraduate and postgraduate engineering students at King's. The Society runs a variety of events ranging from academic to casual.


KCL Womxn in STEM

KCL Womxn in STEM (WiSTEM) is a network of students, professionals, academics, and researchers who support diversity in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) at King's College London. WiSTEM works to represent women, non-binary, and LGBTQ+ scientists at Faculty level and fights for better working conditions. WiSTEM also hosts a wide range of events to provide members with an inclusive STEMsisters support network.

FEATURE Microscope



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