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From the moment you join King’s as a student, you’ll also become part of the best student city in the world* with our campuses making us the most central university in London. With world-class teaching facilities, a cosmopolitan student community and historic architecture, there’s so much to explore.

Watch our campus tours below, led by current students, to get a feel for where you’ll be studying and explore the social spaces on campus to find out the best spots to relax, grab a bite to eat and meet friends!

*QS Best Student Cities 2019

  

Denmark Hill Campus

Denmark Hill is home to the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, however teaching and clinical skills training for the Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences also takes place here. Denmark Hill is situated in Camberwell, in the London Borough of Southwark. In the last few years the local area has undergone an incredible process of regeneration and is now one of the most exciting places in London to live, study and work.

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Guy’s Campus

Health subjects including medicine, dentistry, psychology and nursing are based at Guy's Campus which is conveniently located next to Guy’s Hospital, one of our partner hospitals. The campus is right next door to The Shard and a short walk from Tower Bridge, Borough Market and more.

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Strand Campus & Bush House

Located on the north bank of the River Thames, Strand Campus houses King’s College London’s arts and sciences faculties. King’s Business School is also situated in the recently acquired Bush House. Strand Campus is a short walk from the Houses of Parliament, Covent Garden, Leicester Square and many other popular London attractions.

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Waterloo Campus

A broad range of topics are taught at Waterloo Campus such as nursing, chemistry and law, with facilities also provided for dentistry. Located right in the heart of London, Waterloo Campus is just five minutes from the London Eye and a ten minute walk across Waterloo Bridge to Strand Campus.

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