'I chose to study at King’s for a variety of reasons, these included the intercollegiate nature of my Classics course, the esteemed professors of the Classics Department, the central London location, and the wide variety of resources, museums, jobs, and opportunities that I have access to at King’s. I wanted a course that would be interdisciplinary, be small enough so I could connect with professors and other students, and yet have all the resources of a large research university – King’s was the absolute best choice for this.
My favorite part about living in London is always having somewhere new to explore, whether it’s a market, a fancy library, a museum, a street fair, a pretty neighborhood, or a high street you haven’t visited before. I love to walk everywhere I possibly can! There is so much good food, and so much to constantly see and soak in – with so many different boroughs, neighborhoods, and areas of London, it’s hard to get bored.'