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Celebrating our Class of 2021

Four students jump in their air holding their dissertations in front of a sign that say's Kings College on Strand Campus

Until we’re able to come together in London, many of you attended a virtual graduation ceremony this week. We’ve loved seeing how you have marked your incredible achievements.

We’re so proud of your many successes during your time at King’s and we’re looking forward to celebrating your graduation in London in the future. Make sure your details are correct on Student Records so that you receive your invite.

Celebrating in London

Elane and friends headed to Tower Bridge for a graduation photo shoot, complete with mortarboards and gowns.

Three students taking a selfie in front of Tower Bridge wearing graduation mortarboards and gowns with red stoles

Stasha celebrated qualifying as a doctor against the fabulous background of the London skyline.

A student in blue scrubs on a rooftop with a view of the London skyline in the background

Edward dressed up to head to Bush House.

A student wearing graduation gown and yellow stole in front of Bush House

Katharine and her friends jumped for joy outside the King’s Building as they handed in their dissertations and finished their degrees.

Four students jump in the air holding their dissertations in front of the King's building

Celebrating around the world

Kanika joined a virtual graduation ceremony from home, saying “Thank you King’s College London.”

A student watches a virtual graduation ceremony on a laptop

Elisa gave graduation what she called an “Italian twist”. She wore a laurel crown, presented at graduation ceremonies in Italy, to celebrate finishing her MSc.

A student wearing a laurel wreath on their head, holding their bound thesis and a drink n the other hand

Not even quarantine could stop Medina from dressing up for a virtual graduation.

Student looking at themselves in a computer screen wearing a graduation mortarboard and gown

Getting creative

Lots of you found new ways to dress up for graduation.

Lorenzo showed off his crafting skills.

A student wears a small cardboard mortarboard against a yellow wall

We love this photo from new graduate Viola.

A student wearing a mortarboard sticking their tongue out and holding a rolled up scroll to their left eye

Marking the end of an era

Genevieve celebrated her achievements.

Gabriela looked forward to the future.

 Amira marked the end of her placement at St Thomas’ Hospital and the start of a new chapter as a qualified dietician.

A student in green scrubs outside St Thomas' Hosptial

Julia shared her pride at graduating and the resilience she has developed along the way. 

Until we meet again - congratulations, Class of 2021!