King's College London was founded in 1828, and it is the fourth oldest University in England. King's pride is many distinguished and notable alumni and former staff that made significant contributions to science, medicine, and communities. Twelve Nobel Laureates were students or staff at King's. Nowadays, the University offers cutting-edge teaching and research for undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications. King's College London focuses on five values: educate to inspire and improve; research to inform and innovate; serve to shape and transform; a civic university at the heart of London; an international community that serves the world. The University has many high rankings among the world-leading universities: one of the world's top 10 UK universities (QS World University Rankings, 2020), it is ranked 35th worldwide (The World University Rankings, 2021).
King's College London delivers nine vital faculties:
- Arts & Humanities;
- Business School;
- Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences;
- Life Sciences & Medicine;
- Natural & Mathematical Sciences;
- Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care;
- Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience;
- Social Science & Public Policy.
Research is core to the University; that is why the provider aims to make the world better by world-leading and outward-looking research approaches, including the best researchers and specialists, research centers, industrial partnerships, and strategies.
King's has five main campuses: Denmark Hill, Guy's, St Thomas', Strand and Waterloo. Each campus has many transport options and provides many world-class facilities. Students can access Libraries and Collections, King's Venues, King's sport, Student services, IT support, Modern Language Center, and short courses. Accommodation is available and managed by King's Residences.