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King's 100

A unique opportunity for a diverse group of 100 students, reflective of...


Personal Tutoring

All Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught students are allocated a...

Student Experience KCLSU Societies

KCLSU Wellbeing

Find out how our King's student union promotes good wellbeing.

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Careers +

Careers support for UK students from underrepresented backgrounds.

University Student Mentoring Celebration 2022


How King's staff and students support our communities.

Conversations about Race

Conversations about Race is a programme created by King’s College London in partnership with Citizens UK that employs community organising techniques to facilitate students and staff from all backgrounds to discuss race and the impact it has on Higher Education today. These sessions will support attendees to embed anti-racism in their daily lives and faculties, and support learning on issues related to race and race equality, as well as offering opportunities for participants to share personal experiences. There will also be sessions for action planning that will contribute to faculty commitments around race. All students are paid the KLB Living Wage for sessions they attend and work they contribute to. If you're a King's student, you can find out more about Conversations about Race on our intranet page below.

Learn more about Conversations about Race

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