Ucas code: K60
Catering facilities on campus, organisation/communication from some lecturersReport
The lecturer's know their stuff, which means that you, as a student gets a lot out of the lectures. The campus itself, is...
The lecturer's know their stuff, which means that you, as a student gets a lot out of the lectures. The campus itself, is really nice. Although central (right next to London Bridge), it has greenery right in the middle. The personal tutors are committed to helping you and making sure that you are doing well and enjoying your uni life and course.×
With a student loan, it is possible to survive comfortably in King's. Food is generally standard London price but some meals in...
With a student loan, it is possible to survive comfortably in King's. Food is generally standard London price but some meals in the cafeteria are good value for money considering the quantity that is given. Drinks at student unions are also cheap by London's standards and offer good deals on mixers and shots. Cost of transport is high due to being in London.×
The libraries, teaching facilities and laboratories are of good quality, and there are also unique study areas such as the...
The libraries, teaching facilities and laboratories are of good quality, and there are also unique study areas such as the fantastic Gordon Museum and the Life Sciences Museum. The careers centre and student 'Compass' are helpful and approachable. The property is however poorly managed and suffers from lack of a long-term facilities and accommodation management. Improvements on Doyle's House started in 2005 and must have stopped at some point since, and the Hampstead Residences have been poorly managed resulting in an incredible waste - a multi-million pound refurbishment of the South Side flats followed a year later by sale of the land to developers.×
It's London, so of course there is a big nightlifeReport
Very active, keeps us up to date with college news and eventsReport
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