PGR Student views on workspace at the Strand

Are you happy with your existing workspace and facilities?
Would you like the chance to input on the development of space at the Strand Campus?

A focus group to explore research students’ requirements will offer you the opportunity to voice your opinion on current arrangements.

Tuesday 24th November 2015
16:15 – 17:45
S3.41, 3rd floor, Strand Building  

The aim of this exploratory session is to understand your needs, to hear your feedback on the degree to which existing space and facilities meet those requirements, and to gather your views on how these could be improved in the future.

If you would like to take part please contact Jasmine Crocker at and/or telephone 020 7848 2664. Jasmine will be happy to answer any questions that you might have.


Thinking of doing a PhD?

Find out more about doctoral degree-level study and the range of research degree programme offered by King’s College London at our upcoming open evenings.

Speak to academic staff as well as current research students and recent graduates and get an insight into what it’s like to be a PhD student at King’s. Staff from the Graduate School will be present as well our colleagues from the other student support services teams.

Book your place at one of our November open evenings below.

Strand Campus – Arts & Sciences

For programmes in the following faculties:

Book your place now, Tuesday 25 November 18:30-21:00

Guy’s Campus – Health Faculties

For programmes in the following faculties:

Book your place now, Monday 24 November 17:00-20:00

Or if you are unable to attend on these evenings, why not book an appointment at one of our Graduate School Advice Clinics or come along to our Coffee Morning?

Chapel services in the last week of term

As we approach the end of term the Chaplaincy would like to highlight some events in the Chapels to which all are welcome to attend:

In the College Chapel at the Strand:
A Service of Tenebrae on Tuesday 25 March at 18.00-19.00. Tenebrae is an old traditional service which moves from light towards darkness by the gradual extinguishing of candles representing the last days of Jesus’ life. It is a beautiful service with choral music sung by the choir, readings and periods of silence for reflection.

In the Chapel of Thomas Guy:
A Service of Music & Meditation for Passiontide on Thursday 27 March 17.30-18.30. This service of music and readings will focus on the last days of Jesus’ life, and will incorporate elements of the liturgy of the Church for Lent and Holy Week as well as hymns and well known anthems sung from the Chapel Choir.

Arts & Humanities Postgraduate Student Conference – 20 May 2014

The first ever Arts & Humanities Postgraduate Student Conference will take place on May 20. The event is open to postgraduate students from all departments in the School.

The theme of this year’s conference will be ‘Union’. Exploring the ways in which ‘union’ can be interpreted, and sparking debate among those who wish to reach beyond the traditional parameters of their discipline and Department. ‘Union’ is therefore not only the theme of the conference, but also the driving force behind it. Attendance is free but places must be booked in advance.

For more information and to register to attend please visit their Eventbrite page.

Full details of the conference and other postgraduate student events can be found at:

Students who would like to present a paper are encouraged to email their proposals to by 31 March.

Click here to see the call for papers

CSD2014 Conference ‘Organised Crime in Conflict Zones’

CSD2014 WordCloudThe Graduate School is delighted to promote an upcoming event organised by Postgraduate students from the Conflict, Security and Development (CSD) programme. The CSD2014 Conference: ‘Organised Crime in Conflict Zones’ will take place on the 6th of March, 2014. Organised by King’s postgraduate students and supported by the War Studies Department, the conference will be held in the Great Hall on the Strand Campus.

The one-day event will focus on transnational organised crime, a multi-billion pound global business and an area of growing international concern. The programme will address the conflict-crime nexus and focus on three key areas of organised crime. These are: drug trafficking, terrorist criminality and human trafficking.

For more information on the conference and our speakers, please visit our website at:

Preferential rates are available for King’s students, to purchase tickets please click here. For any queries please contact: