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King’s membership of international university networks provides multiple opportunities for our researchers and students, and enables us to positively influence discussions on higher education policy.
Founded in 2016, The Guild comprises nineteen of Europe’s most distinguished research-intensive universities in fourteen countries, and is dedicated to enhancing the voice of academic institutions, their researchers and their students. The Guild is committed to the pursuit of excellence, the importance of truth-seeking and trust-building as the foundation of public life, and the creation of new knowledge for the benefit of society, culture, and economic growth.
UNICA is a network of 46 universities in 35 European capital cities. As well as providing information on European initiatives and programmes for students and staff, it offers universities like King’s a forum to influence and to understand policy and best practice in higher education in Europe. The network brings together over 150,000 staff and 1.8 million students.
King’s participates in conferences and consultations with UNICA. King’s tutors also nominate a number of students to travel to the UNICA Student Conference – which takes place every two years – to discuss issues important to them.
King’s is a founding member of the Law Schools Global League, set up in 2012. The League brings together Law Schools that share a commitment to the globalisation of law and to integrating global law into teaching and research.
Each year a student from King’s participates in a Summer School and academic staff lead a number of programmes.
The Dickson Poon School of Law also has arrangements with partner universities to offer joint and dual degrees.
The Circle-U Alliance aims to develop an inclusive, research-intensive and interdisciplinary alliance that brings together seven partner institutions from across Europe. The alliance includes: Aarhus University (Denmark); Humboldt University (Germany); King's College London (UK), UCLouvain (Belgium); University of Oslo (Norway); University of Belgrade (Serbia); the University of Paris (France).
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