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Education partnerships in London

Education partnerships in London

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We work with partners in London to develop distinctive learning opportunities that help our students develop the skills and networks that will support them in their future careers.

Our ambition is to make the world a better place by providing our students with a transformative education, enabling them to turn their curiosity and aspirations into a lasting basis for success, social impact and continuous learning. 

Our partnerships with our local boroughs and across the capital are a distinctive feature of a King’s education. Across all our faculties, formal and informal learning programmes integrate London into our students’ experiences and provide opportunities to test their learning in real world environments. These connections and collaborations help our students take away the best possible life opportunities and to develop lifelong connections and networks that will support them throughout their careers. 

More information about the education strategy as part of Vision 2029 can be found on the Education Strategy webpages

page_divider_685px_peagreenFeatured partnerships
  

224x135px_students09KING'S UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION IN THE COMMUNITY

KUMEC co-ordinates, supports and promotes medical education in community contexts, with the aim of developing caring, professional doctors, who can help patients make the best individual decisions. 

 

224x135px_openwideCLINICAL HUMANITIES PROGRAMME


The programme gives students an interdisciplinary perspective on their learning by drawing on King’s location in the heart of the capital and London’s unrivalled cultural heritage.

224x135px_student_libraryLONDON INTERDISCIPLINARY DOCTORAL TRAINING PROGRAMME

King’s is a founding member of the London Interdisciplinary Doctoral Training Programme (LIDo), offering students a unique opportunity to pursue innovative research projects in the heart London.

224x135px_tate_turbineLONDON ARTS AND HUMANITIES PARTNERSHIP

The LAHP brings together King's College, London, the School of Advanced Study, University of London and University College London.

 

224x135px-london_bus_nightLIVES OF LONDON


As part of the Liberal Arts BA degree course, this module provides students with insight into life in London from 1666 to the present.

224x135px_blacklivesinlondonBLACK IN THE UNION JACK? BLACK LIVES IN MODERN LONDON

Students investigate the lived experiences, political activism and civic contributions of Black women and men in twentieth-century London through a combination of lectures, seminars and hands-on tasks at King’s and BCA Brixton.

 


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