King's College London is the fourth oldest university in England. As London’s most central university, King’s recently placed 31st in the world and 7th in the United Kingdom in the 2021 QS World University Rankings.
King's has more than 33,000 students from over 185 countries including 13 Nobel Prize winners and some 8,500 staff. King’s has four campuses by the River Thames between Westminster and the City of London plus one more campus in South London. King’s has nine faculties, schools and institutes which makes King's one of the largest multi-faculty institutions in the UK. King’s Business School is now one of the largest providers of undergraduate and postgraduate management teaching in London. King’s has a distinguished reputation in the humanities, law, the sciences including health areas such as psychiatry, medicine, nursing and dentistry as well as social sciences, including international affairs. Our new General Engineering BEng/MEng course aims to deliver innovation in engineering education to address new technological and societal challenges. For almost 200 years King’s research and academic excellence has been, and continues to be, world leading producing graduates that are some of the most employable in the world. 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.