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Studying in London
Working with, for and in the city in which we make our home
Partnering with our home boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark and Westminster
Showcasing teaching, research and community partnerships across London
King’s Vision 2029 sets out our ambition to make the world a better place through education, research and service, building on our strong foundation as a university that is of London, for the world.
By the time we reach our 200th anniversary, we aim to be regarded globally as a civic university at the heart of London, working in partnership to contribute to the success of the city in which we create our home.
This means close collaboration with London’s businesses, policymakers, universities and further education institutions, as well as with the communities in our home boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark and Westminster. And it means connecting the global to the local, extending the reach and benefits of problem solving to generate knowledge that benefits London and the world.
A research study in London schools aims to develop better ways to¡
London¡¯s diverse population and world-class health¡
King¡¯s is driving forward new research while¡
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A pioneering module develops nursing students¡¯¡
King¡¯s staff used their Service Time to transform¡
19 October 2021
The second edition of the Award for Civic Arts Organisations launches
18 October 2021
The REACH project is due to host the Festival for Young People in Brixton on Wednesday 27th¡
15 October 2021
A Map to You, developed by local charity The Dot Collective alongside King¡¯s College London¡
By the time we reach our 200th anniversary, we aim to be regarded throughout the world as a civic university at the heart of London, working in partnership to serve, support and sustain the city in which we create our home. Our strategy sets out how we plan to achieve this.
Partnerships in London strengthen learning opportunities for King's students
Research collaborations help address London's challenges and opportunities
Developing collaborative approaches to shared challenges
Local connections create new knowledge with transnational impact
Working with university partners across the capital to enhance our impact