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Specialist teaching facilities

King’s offers students unrivalled educational resources including The Gordon Museum, which is the largest pathology museum in the UK. King’s Chantler Simulation & Interactive Learning Centre is a state-of-the-art interprofessional undergraduate and postgraduate facility providing clinical classrooms, hospital and community care settings.

Our clinical Partners

As a student at King’s, you are uniquely placed to benefit from our partnership with three world-renowned teaching hospitals: Guy’s, King’s College and St Thomas’ Hospitals. You also benefit from our network of general district hospitals, general practices and associated community services across the South East of England.

Our clinical partners offer placement opportunities for our professionally-accredited programmes. All of our undergraduate programmes of study include elements of teaching by clinical experts, who deliver innovative education and training for our students.

Find out more about our partnership with three successful NHS Foundation Trusts, with whom we are working to create a centre for world-class research, education and clinical practice, for the benefit of patients.

Visit the King's Health Partners website

World-class research facilities

King’s core research facilities provide access to essential technology and equipment to enhance the research conducted by our scientists of all levels. These include the: Biological Services Unit, Centre for Ultrastructural Imaging, MRI scanners and imaging scanning facility.  Smaller facilities include specialist services in: genomics, mass spectrometry, proteomics, genome manipulation, NMR, optical spectroscopy, x-ray crystallography and cell sorting to name but a few.




Our undergraduate students are supported by world-renowned scientists and educators.

Postgraduate study

Postgraduate study

Benefit from our globally acclaimed research in a wide range of basic, applied and clinical…



Read all the latest research and education news from the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine.