King's College London
Founded by King George IV in 1829, King's College London is one of the top 25 universities in the world (Times Higher Education 2009) and is one of England's oldest and most prestigious university institutions. King's is a multi-faculty research-led university college with nearly 23,000 students (of whom more than 8,600 are graduate students) from nearly 140 countries.
King's is located in the heart of London, with a wealth of research facilities and academic societies on our doorstep. Our campuses are minutes away from London's world-class theatres, concert arenas, national museums, libraries and academic institutions.
The College offers an intellectually rigorous environment supported by welcoming and caring traditions. We offer a vast range of undergraduate and graduate programmes, taught by academics who are national or international leaders in their field.
King's nine Schools of Study are Arts & Humanities; Biomedical & Health Sciences; the Dental Institute; Law; Medicine; the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing & Midwifery; School of Natural & Mathematical Sciences; the Institute of Psychiatry, and Social Science & Public Policy.