King's College London
Established in 1829, King's College London is one of the oldest and most prestigious multi-faculty research colleges in England.
The College has been responsible for some of the major discoveries that have shaped the modern world, such as the development of antiseptic treatments and the discovery of the structure of DNA.
King's enjoys a worldwide reputation for teaching and research, and was ranked in the world's top 20 universities in 2015 (QS). Its alumni include eight Nobel laureates.
King's and the International Programmes
King's is part of a consortium of Colleges that provides academic direction for our undergraduate LLB and CertHE Common Law programmes.
It is among four Colleges (with UCL, LSE, and Queen Mary) to be ranked in the top 50 worldwide for law (QS World Rankings 2015).
King's offers an intellectually rigorous environment supported by welcoming and caring traditions, and the opportunity for students to be taught or supervised by academics who are leaders in their field.