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Teaching resources

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The Staff Room

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2018 undergraduate guide

Find out about the opportunities available to your students, view a full list of all our undergraduate courses and discover more about King's in our 2018 undergraduate guide. You can request up to ten copies of our prospectus for your school by selecting 'teacher' or 'Careers adviser' at the bottom of the page.

For further course details, entry requirements and fees, search our course pages.

Multimedia activities

We offer a range of online multimedia activities for you to use with your students in the classroom and are continually adding to our digital library of resources.

Bench to bedside

Are you looking for a resource to help your students decide which of the many careers in the area of health and health sciences might be right for them? Bench to Bedside: King's guide to careers in medicine, healthcare & sciences is a new interactive video series that raises awareness of the many exciting opportunities available in this sector.

Massive open online courses (MOOCs)

Ideal for your students looking to experience university-level learning, King’s have created a series of free MOOCs hosted by our departments. Students or teachers can register for one of our courses and have the chance to take part in online discussions, quizzes and scored tests. There is also the opportunity to take exams and acquire a statement of accomplishment once the course is complete.

Simply search for King's College London on the FutureLearn website

King's College London YouTube channel

Visit our YouTube channel and discover subject tasters, public lectures and seminars, as well as behind the scenes videos of what it's really like to study at King's. 

3 Minute Thinking

Download our 3 Minute Thinking video series, providing discussion topics to engage with your students and their studies.

Professional development events and courses  

Conference for Teachers and Careers Advisers

Whether an experienced practitioner or just starting out in an advisory role, our annual Conference for Teachers and Careers Advisers is an inspiring and informative event that's not to be missed. Sign up to our newsletter and be the first to gain information for the 2018 conference.

King's on the Road

Join us for our competitive admissions information event King's on the Road for teachers and careers advisers taking place in locations around the UK in June 2018. Hear from our Admissions team, take part in workshops on alternative pathways for students looking to enter a healthcare profession, and get the information you need to help your students make a successful application to King’s and other competitive universities. Sign up to our newsletter to be informed as soon as booking opens.

Massive open online courses (MOOCs)

King’s have created a series of free MOOCs hosted by some of our departments. Register for one of our courses and you will have the chance to take part in online discussions, quizzes and scored tests. You'll also have the opportunity to take exams and acquire a statement of accomplishment once the course is complete. Find out more about our upcoming MOOCs

 


Explore King’s

Accommodation Take a look at our comfortable, safe residences to suit your budget, located close to King's teaching campuses.
Student life Art, food, music, shopping – you'll never find yourself with nothing to do in the world's most vibrant city.
Extra-curricular Discover the huge variety of extra-curricular opportunities at King’s, from MOOCs to language courses.
London living With four campuses by the River Thames and one in south London, King's is right in the heart of the capital.

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Upcoming events

Full list of student events

View a prospectus

Learn more about the degree programmes on offer at King's. Download or view a prospectus in PDF format.

Undergraduate prospectus

Postgraduate guide