Celebrating our Students: King’s Experience Awards Ceremony

The King’s Experience Awards Ceremony 2017 took place on 21st June. It was attended by 250 of this year’s students, their guests and staff guests including the Principal and Vice Principal (Education). This was a fantastic opportunity for all the students who successfully completed their awards to take pride in their achievements. This was also… More Celebrating our Students: King’s Experience Awards Ceremony

The Research Award

King’s Experience runs the Research Award every year which gives students the opportunity to formally recognise independent research that they may have been involved with outside their degree programme. Kyle Brady was a study abroad student at King’s and his research focus was on modern warfare with an interest in terrorism and hybrid warfare. He… More The Research Award

Announcing the Open King’s Experience KEATS space (with KERA Repository)

King’s Experience (KE) have recently launched an open KEATS space for both King’s staff and students to access and find out more about the King’s Experience Awards and other opportunities that are on offer. In this open KEATS space visitors can view details of each of the awards that are on offer, testimonials from successful… More Announcing the Open King’s Experience KEATS space (with KERA Repository)

Glasgow IATEFL Conference 2017

Postgraduate Lauren Perkins is an Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching student. With a group of fellow King’s students, she traveled to Scotland to attend the IATEFL conference (The International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language), through funding from the Student Opportunity Fund. King’s maintains a regular presence at this prestigious conference.What… More Glasgow IATEFL Conference 2017

Northern Ireland conflict resolution

We interviewed Armida van Rij a Masters student in the Institute of Middle Eastern Studies and staff member in the King’s Policy Institute who took part in the Student Opportunity Fund. She talks about her invaluable experience, after being awarded Student Opportunity Funding (SOF) to travel with other King’s students to Northern Ireland to get first hand… More Northern Ireland conflict resolution

Module report: Imagine a Spectacle

Students who took part in the King’s Experience ‘Imagine a Spectacle’ module have just submitted their final reflective reports to accompany the earlier created artefacts, which formed part of the theatre performance concluding the module in the Weston Room on 1st December 2016. ‘Imagine a Spectacle’ builds on an exciting, innovative model of art-based pedagogy… More Module report: Imagine a Spectacle

King’s Experience London Award Submission – Volunteering with SHINE Mentoring

In September 2011, Shafaq volunteered for SHINE Mentoring, a volunteer-led charity operating five mentoring programmes at primary schools in the London Borough of Southwark. After completing this volunteering experience, Shafaq then successfully applied and completed the King’s Experience London Award and wrote a reflective essay outlining her experiences with SHINE. Therefore, training as a mentor… More King’s Experience London Award Submission – Volunteering with SHINE Mentoring