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Exchanging ideas on key climate actions needed at COP28

Students, academics, staff and visitors came together to discuss priorities for climate action ahead of this year’s COP28 meeting of world leaders.

Panel and audience at the SSPP COP28 event Nov 2023

New partnership to deliver medical excellence in Nigeria

African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and King’s College London have signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) to proceed with a scoping study that will...

The MoA being signed by representatives from King's and Afreximbank

King's wins Exclusive Global Employers' Choice Award in China

King's Careers & Employability wins at the 2023 Global University Career Development Conference (GUCDC) conference.


New handbook on best practices in strategic trade control at seaports

Helping ensure the integrity of export controls at publicly and privately-owned seaports.

Aerial view of container ship and transportation in maritime port.

King's third in the UK for psychology two years running

King’s College London has ranked third in the UK for undergraduate Psychology for the second consecutive year in the Times Higher Education (THE) World...

IoPPN students

Academic insights on Israel and Gaza

Academics and researchers from King’s have shared their expertise around events in Israel and Gaza and the wider consequences of the ongoing conflict.

Map showing Israel and Gaza

Providing mental health support in peace efforts helps alleviate PTSD and depression

New study shows group counselling and one -on-one peacebuilding activities improve mental health in Nigeria

Children in Nigeria impacted by armed conflict

Global agendas such as SDGs serve to legitimise international organisations' existence, King's researcher argues

In a new ground-breaking book, a King’s researcher argues that the global education agendas such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) serve as...

Photo montage of the book cover next to a photo of, from left to right, Maren Elfert, Susan Robertson and Diego Santori, in the King's Building.

King's to deliver Masters course in Digital Economies in Indonesia

King’s College London and Singharsari Special Economic Zone have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) to deliver Masters programmes in Digital Economies and...

Indonesia UK British Council Symposium signing October 2023

AI Fringe hosts King's artificial intelligence experts

To coincide with the UK Government’s AI Safety Summit, academics from across King’s are taking part in several events to discuss the impact of artificial...

AI Fringe

New book offers an alternative to Anglo-American narratives of Political Ecology

‘Discovering Political Ecology’, co-authored by Professor Alex Loftus in the Department of Geography, offers students an introduction to the field through...

Indigenous housing Brazil

King's student selected for prestigious Future Energy Leaders Programme

Efsane Erdoğan, a third year PhD student and visiting lecturer at The Dickson Poon School of Law, has been selected as a Future Energy Leader as part of the...

A woman with dark hair, long earrings and a pink jacket smiles in front of a building which has blurred in the background.

King's academic explores the role of religion in post-conflict peacebuilding

Funded by the Templeton Religion Trust, the Social Consequences of Religion (SCORE) Initiative will delve into the profound impact of religious beliefs,...

SCORE Project

King's leads workshops on floating nuclear power plant challenges in Southeast Asia

King's staff joined nuclear leaders in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand to explore why it will be many years before these technologies will be viable.

King’s experts, participants and Lemhannas RI staff group photograph from the end of the Jakarta workshop.

King's students work with the Zambian government to develop breast and cervical cancer services

Global Health MSc students undertook their dissertation research to evaluate cancer services in Ndola, Zambia as part of the government’s plans to...

Global Health Masters Students Moira and Sang Hee Zambia research


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