Before starting my work experience in King’s Health Economics, I had very little idea what health economics actually was, let alone what kind of work a health economist would do.
The last drops of summer sunshine are trickling through signifying the end of the summer holidays, and the start of an academic adventure for many new students! Starting at a new university can sometimes feel nerve-racking or overwhelming, but not to worry – here are a few tips to help you prepare for life at… More Preparing for King’s
It is finally summer here in London, and as a prospective student, you might be wondering what you’ll be doing this time next year. This year, you might be sipping cocktails by the beach, having a summer picnic or even preparing for your postgrad (eager beavers!). For many students, this time of year involves conducting research… More Dissertation & Research Projects – What Could You be Doing?
Hello everyone! I hope the sunny weather has been treating you well. It’s that time of the year, the time for BBQs, adventures, and making the most out of the sunlight hours. This month I’m here to talk to you all about second year – what were the best bits? What would I have done… More Interview with a second year Psychology student
The end of the year can be a little bittersweet, on the one hand, there is a well-deserved break and the summer ahead, on the other hand, it marks the beginning of the final year of my undergraduate degree. With that and summer in mind, the biggest question for us now is – What’s next?
I sat down with Dr. Eamonn Walsh, a Senior Lecturer and the Programme Lead for MSc Neuroscience at King’s College London, to acquire a deeper understanding of what makes the course special. Eamonn has produced many high quality publications throughout his incredible career, such as ‘Brain mechanisms for loss of awareness of thought and movement’… More Lifting the Lid on MSc Neuroscience: An Interview with Dr. Eamonn Walsh
The summer holidays are just around the corner, which means being a tourist in your own city is back in fashion, and what a better place to do some soul-searching than the incredible city of London! Don’t be fooled by the price tag, just because London has a rep for being an expensive city, it… More Living in London
I have lived in London my entire 23 years of life and still haven’t explored every corner of the beautiful capital; I’m always discovering new things – every day is fresh and exciting, and there is always something interesting to do in the city! London is undoubtedly an incredible place to live; here are just… More London Living – Studying in Denmark Hill
We’re welcoming May, but the weather sure doesn’t seem to know it yet! With exam time just around the corner, this month I thought I’d share with you my Top 5 favourite study spots at King’s as a Psychology student. King’s is full of lovely spots, from quiet study library zones, to social studying over… More Top 5 Study Spots
It can be slightly daunting to consider what you’re going to do after you graduate, especially when there are so many opportunities out there! But don’t fret – you’ll find what’s right for you. At the beginning of the academic year, King’s Careers and Employability provided all students with a programme detailing a range of… More What’s Next After my MSc from the IoPPN? – Career Goals