Department of Informatics moves to Bush House
Posted on 06/09/2017
The Department of Informatics has moved to its new home in Bush House on the Strand Campus in time for the new academic year.
The addition of the prestigious Bush House buildings is a major enhancement to the Strand Campus and forms part of the King’s 2029 Strategic Vision to ‘support world class education and research with environments which foster creativity and engagement.’
Professor Luc Moreau, Head of the Department of Informatics said: “The recently renovated Bush House buildings provide a wide variety of high quality, purpose-designed space including specialist areas and labs for the Department of Informatics. These are a great asset to the department and our new surroundings will serve to further enhance our excellence in learning and teaching.”
As well as departmental and teaching spaces, Bush House offers shared catering and social areas, student support services, a cultural space and the Union Shop.
The Bush House buildings have a rich history and are, both in the UK and across the globe, synonymous with an iconic British institution – the BBC World Service.
Also moving to Bush House are the Centre for Urban Science and Progress in London, King’s Business School, the School of Global Affairs and School of Politics and Economics, the English Language Centre and the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy office.