King's College London


King’s College London is one of the most renowned public research organizations in the world. It offers high-class education and research-oriented learning in undergraduate and post-graduate programs that make a real change in students' lives. 

Its mission is to modify society with education and pursue a vision. A vision that impacts society in a positive way. Here are some points that a King's college implies as the school of thought for their students.

  • Educate students to make them change-makers in a positive way.
  • Modify the old thoughts and come up with new ideas with research.
  • Return to society with valuable services.
  • Work and grow with the local community in London.
  • Cultivating world citizens with an international outlook.

The Duke of Wellington and King George IV granted their royal charter in 1829 for King's College London within the Church of England. This college has a proud history of motivating and assisting individuals who work to solve the world's most pressing issues. In 1836, the University of London had two founding colleges, King's College is among one them. This is one of the oldest university-level institutions in England.

King's College research is in some impactable modes of education, such as:

  • Discovery of the structure of DNA
  • Air pollution awareness
  • The policy of developing life-changing therapies

King's College London persists an international reputation in law, science, psychiatry, dentistry, nursing, medicine, humanities, and social sciences.


Kings College London holds 29,600 students. There are 11,700 graduate students from about 150 different nations. 

King's College London has the two oldest student unions, "King’s College London Student Union" and "Athletic Club", which organize different activities and services. For the students, there are over 50 sports clubs, including Boat Club, Rifle Club, Fitness Club, etc., and over 200 activity groups. Thus, students have various options to participate in any activity. 

Those who love music would be happy to know that King's College London has different music groups. They can take part according to their interests. 

The first think tank was founded at King’s College London, known as (KCL think tank). More than 2000 members are associated with it. It is considered one of the largest think tank groups in Europe. Students discuss and share different ideas at the KCL think tank. From here, many great researchers made historical inventions.


King's College London provides accommodation to over 6,000 students every year for better and more independent living. 

Kings Central residence is nearer to the college campus; students must book first according to their requirements. They provide different residences with different facilities. Students should visit the residence page to choose the desired residence for themselves. 

Why does a student need to choose King's College residence? Here are some reasons.

  • No need for a guarantor

  • Fantastic, central London locations

  • Free access to gyms

See all terms and conditions, then fill out the form to apply for residence.


King’s College London is the world's oldest and most popular institution. Here are the rankings according to different organizations.

  • Rank # 6 by Best Global Universities in the UK

  • Rank # 7 by Best Global Universities in Europe

  • Rank # 31 by QC World University Ranking

  • Rank # 33 by Best Global Universities 


King's College London
Strand, London WC2R 2LS, United Kingdom

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