KING’S COLLEGE LONDON
King’s College London has been making the world a better place for almost 200 years.
The staff and alumni of King’s and its constituent institutions made major contributions to 19th-century science, medicine and public life. In the 20th century eight people from King’s institutions were awarded the Nobel Prize.
King’s is rated among the world’s top universities and ranked sixth in the UK for the quality and quantity of its research activity. Since its foundation in 1829 King’s has defined itself in terms of its service to society, and it now has some 30,000 students and more than 8,000 staff members.
King’s Strategic Vision 2029, a strategy which will take the university to its 200th birthday, has pledged that its staff and students will continue to help make the world a better place.
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