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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 be a civic university at the heart of London, working in partnership to contribute to the success of the city in which we make our home. We recognise the contribution that London makes to King’s: its diversity, people, opportunities, agencies and institutions create a living classroom and an active laboratory.
Through London, students can connect learning with real-world challenges while developing new insights, networks and skills.
By drawing on the lived experience of Londoners as partners in the co-creation of new knowledge, King’s researchers can develop life-changing ideas with local impact and global relevance.
And by collaborating with London’s businesses, policymakers, universities and further education institutions, and deepening our connections with our home boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark and Westminster, we can generate knowledge that benefits our local and global communities.
We interviewed Peter for Volunteers¡¯ Week to find out more about what¡
King¡¯s student Anbreen Bi is determined to open¡
The REACH Study have published a series of reports¡
A new partnership extends King¡¯s training and¡
A new report by Dr Marta Wojciechowska examines¡
Phoebe Dawes, MSc Environment and Development¡
Dr Anna Rebmann shares what motivates her to give¡
Members of the King¡¯s community continue to play a¡
The story of how one King's student helped shape¡
Using a participatory research approach and mixed¡
17 August 2022
ARCS has produced a video and display celebrating neurodiversity in schools
21 July 2022
Members of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), concerned that humankind is running¡
20 July 2022
Utopia Now! and Dystopia Now! zines full of poetry, prose and Minecraft open up for academic¡
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
Working with university partners across the capital to enhance our impact
Local connections creating new knowledge with transnational impact