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London Stories

King’s London Stories draws together the broad ranging examples from across King’s of staff and students – throughout every faculty – whose teaching, research and community partnerships with London deliver on the ambitions King’s set out in Vision 2029. 

King’s Vision 2029 outlines the university’s deep commitment to the city in which we make our home. London Stories demonstrates what this means in practice, illustrating that through genuine two-way engagement, King’s has a transformative impact on the London and the communities who work in the capital and make it their home.

In 2019, it will be ten years until King’s marks the 200th anniversary of the university’s foundation, and Vision 2029 sets out our ambitions on the journey towards that date. London Stories showcases some of the ways in which the King’s community is delivering on those aims, working side-by-side with the capital, its organisations and its people to fulfil our role as a civic university at the heart of London. 

Download London Stories here or find a story below.

  

 

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224x135-kingscommissionKING'S COMMISSION ON LONDON

In-depth review poses solutions to some of London’s complex and overlooked challenges

224x135_leading-lightsLEADING LIGHTS

Science Gallery London’s Young Leaders bring new perspectives to King’s research

224x135px_parentpowerPOWER TO THE PARENTS

King’s is supporting local parents to become university access experts

224x135px_aerial-londonLONDON AS A LIVING CLASSROOM


The city in which the university makes its home is a distinctive feature of a King’s education

224x135__business-of-learningTHE BUSINESS OF LEARNING

Students are working at the heart of London’s business community

224x135px_safe-londonWORKING TO KEEP LONDON SAFE

King’s researchers provide expert advice and insights to London’s security services

224x135_feel-goodTHE FEEL-GOOD FACTOR

Students are taking steps to deepen their connections with local communities

224x135__arts-in-mindARTS IN MIND FESTIVAL

Creative collaborations connect Londoners to King’s groundbreaking research

224x135px_home-away-from-homeA HOME AWAY FROM HOME 

King’s Residences aims to empower students to help make a difference locally

224x135_Venture Crawl 2018AN ENTREPRENEURIAL JOURNEY

King’s partners with eight London universities to inspire innovative thinking

224x135px_KHP02KING'S HEALTH PARTNERS

Bringing together King’s College London with Guy’s and St Thomas’, King’s College Hospital and South London and Maudsley NHS FoundationTrusts

 

 

224x135_staying-alertSTAYING ALERT

Scientists at King’s are providing official air quality forecasts to the Mayor of London

224x135_streaming-in-the-citySTREAMING IN THE CITY

King’s researchers test pioneering 5G technology in the heart of London

224x135_Migrant voicesMIGRANT VOICES IN LONDON

Migrant and refugee communities across London explore their daily lives through film

224x135px_healthy-citiesHEALTHY CITIES FOR ALL

Global research collaboration aims to transform urban areas and protect the planet

224x135px_age-friendly-citiesCREATING AGE-FRIENDLY CITIES

Research highlights importance of an age-friendly capital

224x135_toothdaytuesdayTOOTHDAY TUESDAY

King’s educates young Londoners on the importance of dental hygiene

224x135px_learningfromtheinsideLEARNING FROM THE INSIDE

Students put public interest law on trial at Her Majesty’s Prison Belmarsh in London

224x135px_care-for-local-communitiesCARE FOR LOCAL COMMUNITIES

Tailored education programmes for diabetes patients from London’s South Asian population

224x135px_digital-ghost-huntDIGITAL GHOST HUNT

King’s fuses coding education and immersive theatre to inspire young Londoners

224x135_london-collectiveKING'S LONDON COLLECTIVE

New digital resource opens up King’s research and teaching on London

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