This is a collection of posts and thought pieces from our students and academics of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at King’s College London. Our aim to to bring you a side of life at King’s that you might not have heard of before.
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at King’s College London is one of the UK’s most respected Arts and Humanities faculties based in the heart of London with close links to renowned cultural institutions including the British Museum, Shakespeare’s Globe and the National Portrait Gallery.
Our departments include Classics, Comparative Literature, Digital Humanities, English, Film, French, German, History, Liberal Arts, Music, Philosophy, Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies, and Theology and Religious studies.
Interdisciplinary is central to what we do, whether through holding collaborative public events (such as our annual Arts & Humanities Festival), joint teaching with other departments in the College or combining research expertise to focus our work on new areas.
The Faculty by numbers
- 4,828 students (2016-17). Students in the faculty make up about 16% of the student population of King’s. Around 20% of our students are international
- 3,242 students on undergraduate programmes
- 901 students on taught Master’s programmes
- 656 research students
- 345 academic staff and around 80 professional services staff