Public spaces, food and drink
Guy’s Campus, London Bridge
Interested in art and science? Then Science Gallery London is a must see. This vibrant gallery investigates contemporary scientific challenges through the lens of arts and culture. The exhibitions and events are developed between artists, scientists and young adults, including young leaders from the community. With free entry, why not grab a coffee or a bite to eat in the café?
Enjoy a moment of calm in the beautiful Guy’s Courtyard, or wander through to find peace and quiet in the Memorial Garden, now home to a silver medal-winning garden from Chelsea Flower Show.
Step inside the iconic Bush House, former home to the BBC and now one of King’s flagship teaching and research spaces, which also hosts exhibitions and events. The ground floor café serves light lunches and is the perfect pit stop before enjoying the exhibitions.
Denmark Hill Campus
The nearby Café at the ORTUS is open to all, has free Wi-Fi and serves delicious meals and snacks.
King's Legal Clinic
Looking for free legal advice? King's Legal Clinic could help you. Our law students work under the supervision of qualified lawyers to provide free legal advice on social enterprises and start-ups, immigration and asylum and cycling injuries.
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King's student dentists provide dental treatment as part of their training, free of charge, to individuals with needs that are suitable for students under supervision. A range of treatments is available but as the students are still learning, treatments will take longer than with your local NHS dentist and you may need several appointments.
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Prayer and worship
There are three chapels within King’s, at the Strand, Guy’s and St Thomas’ campuses.
- College Chapel, Strand Campus: Visitors are welcome to attend the Chapel’s regular services during term time. Individual visitors, or small groups of up to five people, are welcome to view the Chapel when it is not being used for a service or event; ask at the Reception desk on the Strand.
- Chapel of Thomas Guy, Guy’s Campus: While regular services are only available to King’s staff and students, visitors are welcome to Special services, such as Carols by Candlelight.
- Hospital Chapel, St Thomas’ Campus: While regular services are only available to King’s staff and students, visitors are welcome to Special services, such as Carols by Candlelight.
Our campuses also have Muslim prayer rooms and other prayer facilities, typically for the use of staff and students, or patients and their relatives.
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Interested in learning about opera, forensic science or the causes of war? These are just a few of the free short courses available from King's.
Free short courses
Need teaching resources or want to know if pigs and seaweed can cure diabetes? Watch 3-minute-long videos on curious topics from King’s academics.
Free courses in healthcare
King’s Health Partners offers free courses on its Learning Hub. Topics include nutrition, dementia and deaf awareness in healthcare. Create a free account (as a New User) and start learning.
KHP Learning Hub
First in family university education
The K+ scheme is a two-year programme of events, activities and academic workshops for Year 12 students, created to help support your university application and provide the skills you need to reach your potential.
King’s Language Centre
Interested in learning a foreign language in the heart of London? King’s Language Centre offers language tuition across evening, Saturday and summer school courses, from beginner to near expert. Discounts are available for University of London staff, students and alumni, King’s Health Partners staff and King’s degree students.
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Undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses
Whether it’s for a short course or a degree programme, there are countless reasons to choose to study at King’s: our history, our location, our student community, our graduate prospects, our academic excellence, the vibrant communities we are part of… Search King’s prospectus for degree and other courses across our nine faculties.
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Do you have ambitions to transform your business or successfully manage a complex challenge? Take advantage of expert researchers at King’s Business School who run programmes for professionals and students, and bespoke programmes for private and public sector organisations. Fee details are available via the link.
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