Ucas code: K60
For me the costs of food and drink on campus and nearby are very reasonable. Living outside London and commuting to the campus...
For me the costs of food and drink on campus and nearby are very reasonable. Living outside London and commuting to the campus has worked very well for me as although the cost of transport to uni is my most major outgoing, it is quite reasonable at 50-60 per week. Downside is that many extracurricular events eg. Debating society are held at different campuses or different days making it hard to justify attendance due to extra transport costs×
The halls are very different from one another - I wish we had received more adveice on which type of hall suited whomReport
There is a large variety of sports on offer at King's, from fencing to football. These teams compete with those from other...
There is a large variety of sports on offer at King's, from fencing to football. These teams compete with those from other universities, in particular UCL, with whom we have a unique rivalry. Every year teams from the two universities compete in an event called varsity. As well as this rivalry with other universities, there is also competition between the different campuses, with the Strand and Guy's campuses having their own respective teams for most sports. Similar to the Varsity event, these teams compete once a year in the 'Macadam Cup'.×
Political societies available Although very diverse and respectfulReport
overall it is great; smaller group tutorials for key subjects and lots of lectures. Also an FAQ board that is helpful. course...
overall it is great; smaller group tutorials for key subjects and lots of lectures. Also an FAQ board that is helpful. course mainly consists of biology and biochemistry related content and can be quite overwhelming in detail and concepts. it is very challenging. Assessments consist of end of year exams (SAQ, MCQ) and oral viva's and OSCE's.×
Student union more active than expected.Report
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