The Maughan – a library for all seasons 😍
- Mirco Capone Benedetto: Exciting years
- Haresh Budhrani: Absolutely beautiful 👍
- Nathalia Baratto Cespedes: Good memories👨🏽⚖️
The Maughan’s iconic round room – what are your memories of days spent studying in this very special place?
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Service is in our DNA at King’s. We were founded in 1829 to serve society, and our students, staff and alumni have been making the world a better place ever since. Find out more about The King’s Global Day of Service 2023, and how you can get involved
The beautiful clock that lives above the main entrance to the Maughan Library 😍
What memories do you have of dashing through this entrance to claim your study space for the day? #ForeverKings 🦁
The King’s College London Quad has been a central component of life at King’s since the university’s inception nearly 200 years ago. Here’s how it looked in 1917, some 106 years ago.
What are your fondest memories of the quad? #ForeverKings 🦁
As a member of our alumni community, you are always welcome at King’s ❤️
Simply download and register for the King’s Connect app and show your profile to security to gain admittance to our campuses and libraries 📚
Find out more by clicking the link in our bio 🔗
We were very sad to learn about the passing of iconic fashion designer Vivienne Westwood.
Find out about the incredible gown designs she did for King’s College London below 👇
Happy Birthday to alumna Virginia Woolf! 🎉
Writer and feminist icon Virginia Woolf (1882–1941) was a student at the King’s College London Ladies’ Department from 1897–1902.
She took classes in Greek, Latin, German and history alongside her sister Vanessa Bell, who became a well-known artist 🎨
Virginia was a pioneering novelist whose most famous works include ‘Mrs Dalloway’, ‘To the Lighthouse’, ‘Orlando’ and her seminal essay on women and fiction, ‘A Room of One’s Own’.
Find out more 👇
How an MA STEM Education acted as a catalyst to launch into new adventures.
Aylin Oskan and Francis Jones are two alumni who recently graduated from King’s Master of Education in STEM. During the Q&A session, they reviewed how the master’s program gave them the knowledge and confidence to explore new areas of STEM education – the entrepreneurial aspects of policy and industry. In addition to this, Aylin and Francis shared what prompted them to enrol; Detailed description of how to solve the problems of tuition and expenses; They shared their experiences in their studies and the impact of the master’s program on their lives.
Want to become an Associate of King’s College London?
Alumni enrolment is now open for the AKC (Associateship of King’s College); the original award of King’s.
Find out more 👇
This #InternationalDayOfWomenAndGirlsInScience , we’re taking a look back at our King’s Expert Series event on women in science, where our panel discussed King’s commitment to educating diverse, world-class engineers.