Celebrating Service at King’s
THE Impact Rankings 2019
Supporting the educational potential of forcibly displaced young people
A framework for delivery
Showcasing the impact that King’s is having in the UK and internationally
‘Service’ is the term we adopted at King’s in our Strategic Vision 2029 to describe our commitment to society beyond the traditional roles of education and research. In developing the King’s Strategic Vision 2029, we consulted with King's communities, and one of the recurrent themes in those discussions was King’s role ‘in the service of society’. It was clear that we at King’s wish to continue to serve the needs and aspirations of society, both in our individual capacities and as the community of King’s. We therefore decided to reaffirm Service as one of our strategic priorities, sitting alongside Education, Research, London and International.
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We have four bold ambitions and this is how we will achieve them:
When you think of service what comes to mind? How do you serve your local community? We decided to go out to the King's community both in the UK and internationally, to find out what service means to them. Rabia Harrison, Director of Administration at The Dickson Poon School of Law, shares her thoughts.
King's College London is now a member of Social Enterprise UK.