Research & Impact
Congratulations to the Class of 2015, who graduated on at Southwark Cathedral on 3 July, marking the end of another successful year for the GKT School of Medical Education.
393 students attended the ceremony at the cathedral, and also a reception held outside in the Quad on Guy's Campus.
Students from the Class of 2015 wanting to pass on their thanks to the many teachers who have supported them throughout their time with King's, left messages for via a video booth set up in the Colonnade. Passing on his own gratitude to staff for their contribution to the teaching of the MBBS programme, Professor Stuart Carney said 'The success of our students owes much to our academic and clinical colleagues across the university and clinical partners. Medical training is not just the passing on of knowledge and skills, but the nurturing of bright-minded young people who aspire to make a difference.'
A video montage of the students' messages is now available.
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