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16th April 2018
I’m a medical student coming to the end of my first year. I’ve found that Kings takes on a huge amount of people for Medicine and dentistry which means that GKT has plenty of societies and clubs to suit everyone. Guys campus is great, especially when it’s sunny! Once a week, there’s a food market on campus for those who like street food. Guys bar/ the hub do heap and cheerful food all week round otherwise.
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12th April 2018
Location is good and the accommodation is well suited to the people that live there i.e the course that they do allows them to have priority to which accommodation they can choose. Subjects you can study within the degrees are intellectually stimulating and allow plenty of choice to suit any individual.
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18th April 2018
the old proverb ‘never judge a book by is cover’ really does apply to king’s college strand campus. Whilst the exterior resembles a prison the interior is beautiful! The facilties are great; there are many common rooms/silent rooms available for students which means its a great place for socialising as well as working when necessary. The careers service are always holding events in the great hall so they also provide plenty pf opportunities to network with a variety of programmes setting you up for your future.
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23rd April 2018
The location is amazing and well served by local transport. The facilities are ok for arts and humanities. I wish that my course had more contact hours and that teachers were more readily available.
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I am an international student but have a British passport. Assistance is ok but there is little communication in general
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4th May 2018
King's college gives you world class experience. You get a chance to meet people from diverse background and have privilege to make international friends. It has one of the best faculty who have great expertise and experience in respective fields.
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25th April 2018
The teaching and staff to ration is great. The facilities are brilliant, studying dentistry we have access to state of the art facilities on site which makes it easy and convenient. The course is very intense and I don’t feel as if it’s always prepared well ahead.
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28th April 2018
It was an interesting university a lot to do and very sociable. I liked it.
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30th April 2018
I love this university and the modules and courses are so interesting and in depth, but the administration is so disorganised - late essay feedback, changing deadlines, lecturers hard to contact, etc.
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21st April 2018
I was based on the Strand and Bush House campus. The Strand campus is always so full and busy. I struggled to find study space for the Mathematics department in the first year. Since the Bush House opened, I was able to find more study spaces and computers to use. The Bush house is very clean and a great environment to study in. I am always able to find a seat even during exam season. Everyone ends up going to Maughan Library so Bush house is actually very quiet. The cafés on the ground floor and 8th floor makes it very convenient to grab food and carry on studying without having to leave.
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16th April 2018
This is a very good uni i really livr dtufying at this uni very anaming people and caring and workload is good , csmpus is brautiful
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16th April 2018
Kings College London was an incredible experience and I would definitely go back if I could. The number of societies was immense and you could find a wide range of interests, there was a great range of sports and health and wellbeing classes too. Tutors are very helpful on Guys campus, the only let down was sometimes organisation across modules was not great.
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23rd April 2018
The university is a huge research centre and has great prestige, but often that means students lose out on the basics of daily life and learning.
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28th April 2018
Campus is extremely big but its got a very friendly atmosphere once inside. Facilities such as gyms and libraries are also nearby which is always a good thing between lectures!
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Shireen Francis

13th April 2018
I like the annual schedule at King’s, the fact that a lot of the hard work is done in the first 7 months and then unlike other universities we have the month of April off in which students can go home to their families internationally and study for exams which commence in May. I like that students are trusted with their education and it is nice to be able to relax and take in all of the content after a year of hard work! The societies at King’s are amazing also, I am a member of the Basketball society which is extremely intergrated between male and female teams and extremely competitive, travelling to a lot of cities within the UK. It is an excellent experience with amazing organisation at KCL.
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24th April 2018
The course of philosophy is great. Tutor gave helpful response in understanding the content and inspired us a lot to think upon the topic.
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26th April 2018
The institution reflects the high position in world rankings and well known name thanks to it's world class education and professors. The events offered to widen the knowledge exracurricolary are also relevant and frequent. The administration is the only part of the organization that would need improvement.
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The medical centre is so busy that unfortunately sometimes the appointments are given after a while. But they are doing they're best and the doctors are capable.
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14th May 2018
It's a hellish horrible place. Especially social science faculties are a nest of racists. War studies are a nest of sexual predators. Discrimination is rife. Avoid if you are from an ethnic or religious minority and you don't to be discriminated and given lower grades or even failed and hated by racist lecturers.
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Inclusivity exists only in their commercials and it's a selective privilege. Some get it, others fall through the cracks of their institutional racism.
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Rife Nazism is that could be called a mental illness.
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No support.If you are raped or hurt by lecturer prejudice against your ethnicity or religious beliefs, you'll spend 5 years and never see justice. They'll try to cover it all up to your detriment.
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28th April 2018
No real campus setting with only buildings, the facilities are fine. The course is somewhat disoragnized and the student bond isn't that great.
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3rd May 2018
Kings college is a terrific university, however their organisation was poor and did not consider students feedback over the course of the years. However, their nights out and range of societies are great, offering a chance to socialise and meet a range of different people from different backgrounds.
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22nd March 2018
The computer science course is very interesting. It has a lot of different topics that are interesting. The only downside is the amount of work expected of the students is very high. There is rarely any downtime and it is constantly one thing after another which can be very stressful.
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