Rachael Healy reports on the 20th Humanitarian Congress in Berlin

In October, I travelled with Katya Baker, our GHSM Student Experience Officer, to attend the 20th Humanitarian Congress in Berlin. Although this was my third time attending the conference, I found it to be as informative, intense and inspiring as the first. Run jointly by Medecins Sans Frontieres, Medecins Du Monde and the German Red […]

Former Student Amrit Kaur Gill – Life at the Civil Service

Like many of you, before graduating I was unsure what my future career would look like. Whilst in my final year, I mainly searched for opportunities in the NGO sector in the hopes I would stumble across my dream job. I hadn’t considered working for the government until I saw the Summer Diversity Internship Programme […]

Annual David Hobman lecture given by the Bishop of London

A packed audience was present on Monday November 19th 2018 at the Annual David Hobman lecture given by the Bishop of London on ‘Spirituality and Ageing’. The lecture in the Great Hall, King’s College London was followed by a lively question and answer session. Photo – left to right: Chairman of Age UK (Sir Brian […]

GHSM students Amber Mulcahy & Miranda Weston report on their summer internships at mental health facilities in Rio de Janeiro

In June 2018, we, Amber and Miranda, spent three weeks interning in mental health facilities in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. We were drawn to this opportunity due to our interest in mental health and our desire to work in this field after graduation. We also would not have been able to do this without the […]

Book launch and drinks reception: Jenny Reardon’s The Postgenomic Condition Tuesday June 26th 6 pm

Please join us for a panel discussion and Q&A session with the audience which will be followed by a drinks reception. Where: Room 1.02, Bush House, North East Wing When: 26/06/2018 (18:00-19:30) Jenny Reardon. The Postgenomic Condition: Ethics, Justice, and Knowledge after the Genome. 2017, University of Chicago Press. All are welcome but please email Amy Hinterberger (a.hinterberger@warwick.ac.uk) to […]

“From my Bachelors Degree to my first job” – blog post by Giulia Impelluso, GHSM alumna

Blog post by Giulia Impelluso Alumna of the Undergraduate Programme Global Health and Social Medicine When I graduated from the UG programme in GHSM at King’s College London in 2017, I felt lost, I did not know what I wanted to do or who I wanted to be. I therefore started a MSc in International Health […]

Applications are now open for 3-week intensive Global Health & Social Justice summer course

Now taking applications for the Global Health & Social Justice summer course for international undergraduate students. In this 3-week intensive course, students will learn about the history of glo­bal health and the contemporary challenges facing global health policy and practice. Pragmatic case-studies will be combined with a consideration of how global health problems are situated within larger political, […]

GHSM Alumni Talk: Announcing Valentine’s Day Edition!

Blog post by Katya Baker, Student Experience Officer, School of Global Affairs We have six wonderful speakers joining us this Valentine’s Day, and they’re here to talk about what they’re doing now and how they got there, and to answer your questions:  Should you do more study after graduation, or go straight into work? Does your dissertation […]

GHSM student Meryem Cicek is Prize Winner for the Best Overall Submission for the King’s Experience Research Award

GHSM congratulates our undergraduate student Meryem Cicek for her success winning the Prize for the Best Overall Submission for the King’s Experience Research Award! We hope that her experience (outlined below) will inspire other students to gain extra curricula work experience during their studies through the King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowships (KURF), internships or volunteering. The […]