Meeting Deadlines

12/04/2018 Harriet Dallen 0

If you are like me, then you tend to procrastinate whenever you can. It seems like it is especially hard to be productive in London when there are so many fun things to do and so many places to see. […]

My Journey to King’s

29/03/2018 Harriet Dallen 0

I reckon every one of you have different objectives for studying. In this post, let me briefly introduce my subjective experiences as to why I chose King’s and what is student life at King’s like. In choosing where to study, I started by considering “which city is the best”. […]

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Making the city your own

10/08/2017 0

Author: Bea There is this tote bag that took up residence in one of my old drawers – I think it was handed to me forever ago, throughout Freshers Week in my first year and the print on it says: […]

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The Finale

18/05/2017 0

Author: Maria The final days are here. Today I finished and submitted my dissertation. How happy am I? I am ecstatic, but in need of sleep, sleep, and sleep. These past three months have been hectic with work, stress and […]

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Being a mature student – interview with Manjot

11/05/2017 0

Author: Anwar The student body at King’s is extremely diverse, culturally and age-wise, which creates the incredibly eclectic and international quality we are lucky to have. However, at undergraduate level, where the majority of students are 18, it can be […]

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A day as a King’s graduate student

23/03/2017 0

Author: Diana Being a student is not as easy as it sounds. However, the truth is, that what matters the most, is the person you become after you finish your studies, not only academically, but as a whole. Having the […]

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Study spaces at King’s and in London

16/03/2017 0

Author:  Anwar By the time I started my English degree at King’s, because I had taken some time out after finishing my A-Levels, it was almost two years since I had written an essay or taken an exam. It’s safe […]