18TH CENTURY STUDIES MA
Co-taught by the British Museum and the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, this course looks at all aspects of the eighteenth century, with access to a rich source of material and intellectual networks.
ARTS & CULTURAL MANAGEMENT MA
The programme offers an unparalleled exposure to cultural management in practice, providing engagement with experienced cultural managers and London-based arts organisations.
CHRISTIANITY & THE ARTS MA
Christianity and the Arts investigates how Christian scripture, beliefs and practices have been expressed in art over 2,000 years, with reference to examples in London
CLINICAL 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.
CULTURAL & CREATIVE INDUSTRIES MA
This course examines the structure and history of the cultural and creative industries, exploring practical and theoretical issues.
EDUCATION IN ARTS & CULTURE
This collaboration, jointly taught by the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy and the Southbank Centre, gives current and aspiring educators in arts and culture access to expertise from both institutions.
Focusing on London, Melbourne, New York and Paris from 1870 to 1929,
Electric Cities attempts to understand
the profound transformations in urban living.
EXECUTIVE LLM DEGREE
The Dickson Poon School of Law and the International Bar Association are collaboratively delivering this advanced Masters of Law course in London.
HISTORY & MEMORY I
This core module examines contemporary approaches to the past through a critical examination of current literature, case studies – mainly British, European and imperial/colonial – and fieldwork excursions in and around London.
HISTORY & MEMORY II
The second section of the module allows students to visit sites in London including St Paul’s Cathedral, the Old Operating Theatre at Guy’s Hospital, Postman’s
Park and the Enlightenment Galleries at the British Museum.
IS LONDON THE CULTURE CAPITAL OF GERMANY?
One of the exciting elements of studying and researching Germany while living in London is that German connections become particularly clear in the buildings and locations around the UK's capital.
LIVES 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.
LONDON DENTAL EDUCATION CENTRE
LonDEC is a state-of-the-art education and training centre designed to enhance and further the skills and knowledge of
the entire dental team.
LONDON INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL SCIENCE DTP
This programme helps to develop a research community at the interface between health and medicine, the natural and physical sciences, engineering and the arts and humanities.
MSC IN PALLIATIVE CARE
The Palliative Care programmes provides students with the skills to evaluate evidence to improve care and to conduct research to inform clinical practice and service development.
SHAKESPEARE STUDIES MA
Taught jointly between King's and Shakespeare's Globe, this unique MA programme offers the opportunity to study the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries.
PINT OF SCIENCE
The annual Pint of Science festival hosts academics from leading universities in pubs and other venues to talk about their research in an engaging way.
King's supports Teach First, which aims to inspire people to become innovative and life-changing teachers in London and King's local communities.
Collaborating with upReach, King's supports undergraduates from less-advantaged backgrounds to access and sustain top graduate jobs in London and beyond.
THE STRAND GROUP
The Strand Group explores how power operates at the very centre of government. Through building links with Whitehall, it examines the operation and history of government departments.
THEATRE & PERFORMANCE STUDIES MA
The course offers students the opportunity to study theatre and performance studies in a dynamic research environment in the heart of London.
MA HISTORY INTERNSHIP
The internship allows students to undertake a research project focussed on one or more historical topics related to the nineteenth century and directly linked to the needs of the host organisation.