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King's hosts Wargaming Week with NATO ACT

Wargaming enthusiasts and researchers from around the world gathered at 'Wargaming Week 2023' to promote the expansion and democratisation of wargaming as a...


How product design thinking can help to design your life

The King’s Business School is adopting progressive new methodologies for helping students on its Executive MBA and International Management MSc courses, which...

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King's PhD students host workshop on military innovation

PhD students from the School of Security Studies brought together senior scholars and policymakers for a two-day workshop on military innovation.

Doctoral Workshop 2023

Students present project findings to policy-makers and professionals

A student-led research project set up to help shape national policy on an emerging issue facing young people in the UK has made headlines and reached...


The 2022-23 King's Distinguished Alumni Award winners announced

Each year, members of the King’s alumni community are nominated to receive a Distinguished Alumni Award to recognise their outstanding achievements since...

Alumni and staff gather in the Hall at King's for 2022's Distinguished Alumni Awards event - tables are adorned with flowers, and Principal Shitij Kapur stands on the stage speaking

One year of King's Volunteering

As we mark one year since the launch of King’s Volunteering, we look back at how students and staff have volunteered and celebrate their achievements.

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Research-informed primer book for teachers now up-to-date with latest educational issues

The School of Education, Communication & Society (ECS) at King’s College London has come together to celebrate the publication of the 6th edition of Becoming...

BAT book launch coeditors

King's academic puts identity at the heart of teacher education in new book

The director of the PGCE English programme at King's argues against the current narrow view of accountability of education and in favour of teachers and...

Identity book cover

New charity donation points on campus make it easier for students and staff to donate items

King’s students and staff can now donate items directly to partner charities, thanks to King’s Volunteering’s new Donation Stations on campus. The first...

A photo of a donation station in the Bush House Arcade

King's student selected by US Department of State for prestigious English language specialist project

Angela Hakim, PhD candidate at the School of Education, Communication & Society, has just been selected as a US State Department English Language Specialist...

Young people

King's Global Day of Giving 2023 is over...but we're not ready to say goodbye just yet

This Global Day of Giving has been a huge success, with alumni, staff, and friends of King's College London joining us from all corners of the world to help...

A group of Kings students sitting on the steps of the Bush House quad

New King's MA equips students to tackle global cyber security challenges

The Cyber Policy and Strategy MA is the first of its kind in the UK, providing a unique opportunity to study cyber security as a vital issue for national and...

Cyber Resilience

Success For Black Engineers Students Visit Siemens Factory

Students on the Success for Black Engineers programme learnt about superconducting magnets and how MRI scanners are produced on a recent field trip to Siemens...

Siemens trip group photo

Medical 3D printing restores 100 year old Museum of Life Sciences specimen

Prof Kawal Rhode, School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences, and Royal Veterinary College Student, Asma Bint-Zubair, have restored a 100 year old...

Asma restoration 2

Boost your employability this summer with an internship

10 part-time paid internships offer King’s students the opportunity to experience life in a start-up.

A group of young entrepreneurs.
Students chatting in a lecture theater


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