2020 POSTGRADUATE GUIDE - KING'S COLLEGE LONDON

2020 POSTGRADUATE GUIDE - KING'S COLLEGE LONDON

  • Top10 ONE OF THE TOP 10 UK UNIVERSITIES QS WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS 2020 CONTENTS Choose King’s
  • 2 Our London setting
  • 2 Enhance your career
  • 4 Our research
  • 6 Connect to the world
  • 8 Join a vibrant community
  • 10 What you need to know
  • 12 Key information
  • 12 Applying to King’s
  • 14 International applicants
  • 16 Your accommodation
  • 18 Student support
  • 20 Our courses
  • 22 Other ways to study at King’s
  • 41 Important information
  • 42 Next steps

2020 POSTGRADUATE GUIDE - KING'S COLLEGE LONDON

For almost 200 years, our research has been, and continues to be world-leading and our graduates are some of the most employable in the world.

As we look forward to our 200th anniversary in 2029, we’re striving to make a positive impact through our strategic vision. By joining King’s, you’ll become part of a diverse and welcoming community of staff and students from over 150 countries worldwide. You’ll benefit from our cross-disciplinary approach and transformative, research-led teaching, learning from academics whose research makes a positive impact on society; from gene research that will improve cancer diagnosis, to helping London solve its pollution problem.

  • We are London’s most central university and life in our incredible capital is an integral part of the King’s experience. Our long-standing partnerships with institutions such as The British Film Institute, leading NHS hospitals and our many global connections, will enable you to build networks and develop invaluable skills to support you in your future career. I hope you’ll join us as we pledge to work together to make the world a better place. President & Principal, Professor Edward Byrne AC WELCOME TO KING’S 1 Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg WELCOME TO KING’S Discover King’s Strategic Vision in full kcl.ac.uk/aboutkings/strategy
2020 POSTGRADUATE GUIDE - KING'S COLLEGE LONDON

1st RATED THE BEST STUDENT CITY IN THE WORLD QS BEST STUDENT CITIES 2019 Choose King’s for... OUR LONDON SETTING London will become an integral part of your student life. We are the most central university in London, with four Thames-side campuses within a square mile and one located in the south of the city. With London as an extension of your campus, you’ll have countless opportunities to explore and enjoy this incredible city. CHOOSE KING’S IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW 3

2020 POSTGRADUATE GUIDE - KING'S COLLEGE LONDON
  • 1 King’s Strand Campus 2 Bush House 3 Royal Courts of Justice 4 Maughan Library 5 Palace of Westminster 6 London Eye 7 South Bank 8 Tate Modern 9 St Paul’s Cathedral 10 King’s Waterloo Campus 11 Shakespeare’s Globe 12 Waterloo Station 13 St Thomas’ Hospital 14 City of London Financial District 15 King’s St Thomas’ Campus 16 King’s Guy’s Campus 17 The Shard 18 Guy’s Hospital King’s locations London landmarks 3 Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg CHOOSE KING’S FOR: OUR LONDON SETTING 13 15 18 8 9 12 17 11 14 10 16 King’s Denmark Hill Campus, King’s College Hospital and South London and Maudsley Hospital are approximately 3-4 miles (5-6km) from our Strand, Waterloo and Guy’s campuses.
2020 POSTGRADUATE GUIDE - KING'S COLLEGE LONDON

Choose King’s to... ENHANCE YOUR CAREER Listing a postgraduate qualification from King’s on your CV is just the beginning. With the support of our Careers & Employability team and their strong links with alumni, businesses and other organisations around the world, you’ll be able to develop both your professional skills and experience to help you stand out from the crowd. Our Careers & Employability team will help you find the right career path for you, through advice, guidance, events and experiences. They will also help you to articulate the abilities, knowledge and outlooks you gain through your qualification that are valued by top graduate recruiters.

kcl.ac.uk/careers INTERNSHIPS Our Internships team offer insight and advice on how to access internships, including some that are exclusive to King’s, that will support your career decision making, enhance your employability and complement your student experience. kcl.ac.uk/careers BE YOUR OWN BOSS If you have a great business idea, the King’s Entrepreneurship Institute are here to help. kcl.ac.uk/entrepreneurship OUR CONNECTIONS Studying at King’s and being a member of the King’s alumni community, you will have unfiltered access to our connections with organisations in London and overseas.

kcl.ac.uk/study/why-kings/connections kcl.ac.uk/alumni 4 CHOOSE KING’S IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

2020 POSTGRADUATE GUIDE - KING'S COLLEGE LONDON

  • 4th IN THE UK FOR EMPLOYABILITY TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION GLOBAL EMPLOYABILITY UNIVERSITY RANKINGS 2020 As a King’s graduate you’re more competitive compared with students from different universities, and King’s has helped me to do better in my job applications and future career plan. Dan, Accounting, Accountability & Financial Management MSc 5 Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg CHOOSE KING’S TO: ENHANCE YOUR CAREER

2020 POSTGRADUATE GUIDE - KING'S COLLEGE LONDON

Choose King’s for... OUR RESEARCH Our world-leading research and evidence-based teaching is at the heart of our courses. With five medical research council centres and many strategic research partners, King’s is a place where you will gain the skills to challenge convention, deliver impact and change lives. MONITORING AIR QUALITY Our Environmental Research Group, at the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine, is a leading provider of air quality information and research in the UK. They have teamed up with the Mayor of London and Dyson to monitor air quality exposure of 250 children on their way to school and in the classroom, and helped deliver the world’s first Ultra Low Emission Zone.

bit.ly/kcl-low-emission FAKE NEWS Research on fake news, produced by our Digital Humanities department in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, has been published as a book: AField Guideto‘FakeNews’andother InformationDisorders. It explores false viral news, political memes, trolling practices and their social life online, and is being used to train journalists worldwide on how to verify news sources. kcl.ac.uk/artshums CYBER SECURITY EXCELLENCE King’s has been named an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research in recognition of its work in this field. The centre brings together researchers from across the faculties working on the sociotechnical aspects of cyber security.

Future research will now inform the government’s National Cyber Security Strategy.

bit.ly/kcl-cyber Find out more about our faculties and their research: kcl.ac.uk/research kcl.ac.uk/faculties-departments 6 CHOOSE KING’S IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

2020 POSTGRADUATE GUIDE - KING'S COLLEGE LONDON
  • 6th IN THE UK FOR RESEARCH QUALITY RESEARCH & EXCELLENCE FRAMEWORK 2014 7 Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg CHOOSE KING’S FOR: OUR RESEARCH
2020 POSTGRADUATE GUIDE - KING'S COLLEGE LONDON

Choose King’s to... CONNECT TO THE WORLD At King’s you’ll have access to a range of opportunities beyond your studies.

From learning a new language to gaining international experience through studying abroad or a global internship, make the most of your time at King’s with everything that’s on offer to help you boost your employability prospects. EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS We offer a number of degrees that allow you to study at King’s and a renowned international partner university.

kcl.ac.uk/jointdegrees INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGES Our Global Summer Exchanges provide a great opportunity to study outside of term time at one of our worldwide partner institutions if studying abroad is not part of your degree. kcl.ac.uk/globalmobility LEARN A LANGUAGE Our Modern Language Centre offers you the opportunity to take a credit-bearing or non-creditbearing language module – free of charge – as part of, or outside of your degree programme. Evening and Saturday classes are also offered with over 26 language courses to choose from, and are discounted for King’s students and alumni. kcl.ac.uk/mlc INTERCULTURAL EXPERIENCE Explore the benefits of professional work experience overseas and international experiences in London that will boost your employability.

Our Internships team will support you to explore your options and source the right opportunity for you. kcl.ac.uk/careers 8 CHOOSE KING’S IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • 20+ MASTER’S AND PHD PROGRAMMES JOINTLY DELIVERED WITH INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS 9 Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg CHOOSE KING’S TO: CONNECT TO THE WORLD

Choose King’s to... JOIN A VIBRANT COMMUNITY At King’s, you’ll become part of a diverse and active postgraduate community. There are countless ways to get involved in various activities and opportunities, where you can meet like-minded people and develop new skills to enhance your future. KCLSU KING’S COLLEGE STUDENT UNION KCLSU offers you a range of ways to meet new people, join societies, build communities and campaign for things that matter to you and much more.

kclsu.org KING’S SPORT With over 50 sports clubs, three gyms, a sports scholarship programme (for high-performing athletes) and social sport sessions, King’s Sport offers something for everyone.

kcl.ac.uk/sport GET INVOLVED, GET PAID Whether you are helping at an open evening or providing support at one of our talks or exhibitions, there are regular opportunities to get involved at King’s and earn money. kingstalentbank.com ASSOCIATESHIP OF KING’S COLLEGE The Associateship of King’s College (AKC) award runs alongside your degree and offers an inclusive, research-led programme of lectures, which give you the opportunity to engage with different beliefs and cultures. kcl.ac.uk/akc 10 CHOOSE KING’S IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • While at King’s, I got involved in King’s Think Tank – a student-led society. I’m interested in working with public policy and this helped me to get involved with students from different backgrounds and was really enriching for my academic experience. Juliana, International Tax LLM 150+ NATIONALITIES IN OUR VIBRANT STUDENT COMMUNITY 11 Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg CHOOSE KING’S TO: JOIN A VIBRANT COMMUNITY
  • What you need to know... KEY INFORMATION To help you start preparing your application in good time, follow our key information planner below. You’ll find key dates to help you throughout the application process as well as links to relevant information online. For general guidance, we have included dates that relate to September entry.* October 2019
  • November 2019
  • December 2019
  • January 2020
  • February 2020
  • September start – application to enrolment journey Applications open After applying, check King’s Apply for messages, interviews, details and decisions: apply.kcl.ac.uk Apply for King’s bursaries and scholarships Note that for some funding opportunities you need to apply early: kcl.ac.uk/postgraduate-funding Accommodation applications open Additional steps for international applicants Check if you need a visa to study in the UK: gov.uk/check-uk-visa Check if you meet the English language requirements for your course: kcl.ac.uk/pg Conditional offer holders only *Other start dates may be available for selected courses. Deadlines vary, check kcl.ac.uk/pg for your course application deadlines. You will be advised through King’s Apply whether you are required to pay a fee to submit your application. **Taught courses only. KEY INFORMATION PLANNER CHOOSE KING’S 12 IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
  • TEACHER TRAINING Applicants to PGCE courses must follow the process and deadlines set out by the UCAS Teacher Training application system: ucas.com/ucas-teacher-training CAMPUS TOURS Join us on one of our monthly campus tours to discover more about the campus where you’ll be studying: kcl.ac.uk/campus-tours Top tip CHECK APPLICATION GUIDANCE FOR YOUR SPECIFIC COURSE ONLINE, AS SOME COURSES, EG DENTISTRY, HAVE EARLIER DEADLINES: KCL.AC.UK/PG March 2020
  • April 2020
  • May 2020
  • June 2020
  • July 2020
  • August 2020
  • September 2020 Application deadline for most courses** Received an offer? Check acceptance and deposit deadlines Enrol online Complete enrolment on campus Apply for a postgraduate loan Check here for details and eligibility: gov.uk/ postgraduate-loan If you have a disability that may impact on your studies in any way, please see our Disability Support webpages for information on support: kcl.ac.uk/disability Occupational health check/Disclosure and Barring Service (for select courses only) Accommodation applications close Look out for instructions through King’s Apply on starting your visa application (if required) Apply for your visa Good luck with your examinations! Send official documentation evidencing that you have met your conditions through King’s Apply 13 Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: KEY INFORMATION
  • What you need to know... APPLYING TO KING’S ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
  • For the majority of postgraduate taught courses, a 2:1 honours degree or international equivalent is required.
  • Many postgraduate research degrees will also require a master’s degree or international equivalent for entry. Visit our course webpages for the entry requirements for each course. kcl.ac.uk/pg Please also note that there may be additional non-academic entry requirements. For example:
  • Occupational health clearance
  • Disclosure and Barring Service check
  • Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) clearance.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS To study at King’s it is essential to be able to communicate effectively in English in an academic environment. Each course has a minimum level of English language that you are required to meet and sits within a band, each band has a different English language requirement. Please visit our website to find the different bands of English language competence and the English language tests accepted. kcl.ac.uk/pg-elr HOW TO APPLY Find out how to apply for your chosen course online. kcl.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/apply/taught-courses If you have any questions about applying to King’s, use our Student Services Online platform for application guidance.

self-service.kcl.ac.uk We are looking for the brightest and best applicants to join us in shaping and serving society. Find out about the process of applying to King’s, the costs involved in studying and information on how to fund your studies. Check your course details online for complete application information, deadlines and fees before you apply. kcl.ac.uk/pg 14 IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW CHOOSE KING’S

FEES AND FUNDING Visit our fees and funding webpages to find out more about tuition fees, bursaries, scholarships, living expenses, student loans and other financial help available at King’s.

kcl.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/fees-and-funding INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS FROM THE EU If you begin your degree in the academic year 2020–21 you will continue to be eligible for the same fees as ‘home’ students. STUDENT VISA FINANCE CONDITIONS If you require a student visa to study in the UK, you must have sufficient funds to cover your tuition fees and maintenance (for yourself and any dependents in the UK). Check online for more information. kcl.ac.uk/visa-advice PAID WORK Unless your visa prohibits you from working, you may be permitted to work up to 20 hours a week during term time. Our Visa & International Student Advice team provide further information on our website.

  • kcl.ac.uk/visa-advice HOW TO PAY Find out how to pay your tuition fees online. kcl.ac.uk/aboutkings/orgstructure/ps/finance/fees For further information and guidance on how to apply for financial help, please contact the Student Funding office: kcl.ac.uk/funding funding@kcl.ac.uk +44 (0)20 7848 4204 15 Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: APPLYING TO KING’S

What you need to know... INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS We welcome over 11,000 international students a year from 150 countries across the globe.

Our dedicated webpages for international students cover everything you need to know about applying to study at Kings, and living in London. kcl.ac.uk/international INTERNATIONAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS The international equivalences by country for our entry requirements can be found on our website. kcl.ac.uk/intlpgreqs ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS To study at King’s you must be able to communicate effectively in English in an academic environment. Each course has a minimum level of English language that you are required to meet. Visit our website for the different bands of English language competence and English language tests accepted.

kcl.ac.uk/pg-elr PRE-SESSIONAL COURSE Our pre-sessional course helps you reach the required English language skill level for entry into your chosen degree. Find out more information online. kcl.ac.uk/study/preparation-courses/presessional STUDENT VISA To gain permission to enter the UK as a student from outside the European Economic Area, it is likely you will need to apply for a Tier 4 student visa. You will need to hold an unconditional offer from King’s to apply for a visa. Once you receive your unconditional offer, we will issue you with a Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS) number, which you will need in order to apply for your Tier 4 student visa.

To apply for a visa you are required to show you have sufficient funds to cover your tuition fees and maintenance (for yourself and any dependents in the UK). EEA and Swiss students do not currently require a visa to enter and study in the UK. This is subject to change if the UK leave the EU on 31 January 2020. More information can be found online. kcl.ac.uk/visa-advice CHOOSE KING’S 16 IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • 17 Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS

What you need to know... YOUR ACCOMMODATION Living in a convenient location to your campus plays a big part in your time at university. If you need to relocate to study at King’s, we offer a wide range of student residences throughout London, with many located near our campuses. Our residences are comfortable, safe, with facilities and services to suit all budgets and lifestyles. CHOOSE KING’S 18 IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

KING’S RESIDENCES King’s Residences is the perfect place for you to live during your time at King’s. You will be guaranteed accommodation if you meet our application criteria and apply before the deadline we provide. Postgraduate contracts are for 51 weeks and we endeavour to place all postgraduate students in areas together. ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS We offer self-catered accommodation comprising non-ensuite, ensuite and studios. For information on our accommodation options, fees and how to apply, please visit our website. kcl.ac.uk/accomm If you have questions about our accommodation, please contact King’s Residences at: kcl.ac.uk/accomm kingsresidences@kcl.ac.uk +44 (0)20 7848 5959 INCLUSIVE LIVING We also offer a number of inclusive practices within King’s Residences:
  • single gender flats
  • accessible rooms – adapted rooms for individuals with long-term medical conditions.
  • If you have a disability or specific housing requirements, please contact our Disability Support team: kcl.ac.uk/disability disability@kcl.ac.uk +44 (0)20 7848 7018 PRIVATE-RENTED ACCOMMODATION London offers a huge and varied range of privatelyrented accommodation. Our Student Services team have housing advisors to help you with private sector accommodation, budgeting and tenancies, and the University of London Housing Services (ULHS), specialise in helping you find private accommodation. kcl.ac.uk/housing housing.lon.ac.uk 19 Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: YOUR ACCOMMODATION

What you need to know... STUDENT SUPPORT When it comes to studying, everyone’s needs are unique, which is why we’re here to help you maximise your potential during your time with us. At King’s, we provide support, advice and guidance to all students to enable you to make the most of everything on offer and perform to your best ability. CHAPLAINCY Our Dean’s Office and Chaplaincy oversee the spiritual development and welfare of all students. The Chaplains are practiced listeners who offer pastoral and spiritual support to our student community, of all beliefs and backgrounds. kcl.ac.uk/chaplaincy KCLSU ADVICE KCLSU Advice is independent from King’s and offer impartial, confidential advice relating to your rights and responsibilities as a student.

kclsu.org/advice IT Our IT team provide free Microsoft Office 365 for everyone and 24/7 IT support every day of the year. kcl.ac.uk/it 20 IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW CHOOSE KING’S OUR COURSES

STUDENT SERVICES Our range of student services offer practical and professional advice and guidance to support you before, during and after your time at King’s. The services complement the support provided within your academic faculty. Our student services teams offer free and impartial support in the following:
  • applying to King’s
  • course administration and assessments
  • counselling and mental health
  • disability
  • fees, funding and money
  • graduation
  • housing and accommodation
  • international student support
  • settling in to student life
  • starting at King’s. STUDENT SERVICES ONLINE Our Student Services Online enquiry service makes it easy for you to find answers to common questions about student life and to access support services generally.
  • If you can’t find the information you need, you can contact student services for support directly on the platform. Once you’re a King’s student with login credentials, you’ll also be able to use enhanced features. self-service.kcl.ac.uk 21 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: STUDENT SUPPORT Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg

COURSE NAME START END ONLINE FACE TO FACE (ON CAMPUS) Academic preparation courses Pre-sessional 16-week Face-to-face Pre-sessional May September – 16 weeks 16-week Combined Pre-sessional* May September 4 weeks 12 weeks 11-week Face-to-face Pre-sessional June September – 11 weeks 11-week Combined Pre-sessional* June September 4 weeks 7 weeks 6-week Face-to-face Pre-sessional July September – 6 weeks 6-week Combined Pre-sessional* June/July September 4–5 weeks 1–2 weeks COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Arts, culture and media Taught courses Arts & Cultural Management MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Big Data in Culture & Society MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Christianity & the Arts MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Classical Art & Archaeology MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Cultural & Creative Industries MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Digital Asset & Media Management MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Digital Culture & Society MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Digital Economy MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Digital Humanities MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Our courses BY SUBJECT AREA The following pages detail information on all of our postgraduate courses, grouped by subject area.

For the majority of postgraduate taught courses, a 2:1 honours degree or international equivalent is required. Many postgraduate research degrees will also require a master’s degree or international equivalent for entry. Please check the course pages online before you apply.

kcl.ac.uk/pg *Our combined pre-sessional courses are a blend of online and face-to-face learning OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW CHOOSE KING’S IMPORTANT INFORMATION 22 NEXT STEPS

  • COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Film Studies – Film & Philosophy pathway available MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Global Media Industries MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Master of Music – Composition or Musicology & Ethnomusicology MMus 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Theatre & Performance Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus The Classical World & its Reception MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Research courses Culture, Media & Creative Industries – option of joint PhD with Humboldt University of Berlin MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs Optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Digital Humanities – option of joint PhD with National University of Singapore MPhil 2 yrs 4–6 yrs Optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs – Film Studies – option of joint PhD with University of Hong Kong or with National University of Singapore MPhil 2 yrs 4–6 yrs Optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs – Music – option of joint PhD with University of Hong Kong with pathways in composition, musicology, and ethnomusicology MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs Optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Optional study abroad Biomedical and chemical sciences Taught courses Aerospace Medicine MSc 1 yr – On campus and at RAF Centre PG Dip 6 months – Biomedical & Molecular Sciences Research MSc 1 yr – On campus MRes 16 months – On campus Cardiovascular Research MSc 1 yr – On campus Genomic Medicine MSc/PG Cert/PG Dip 1 yr 2 yrs On campus and at St George’s Human & Applied Physiology MSc 1 yr – On campus Healthcare Technologies MSc 1 yr – On campus MRes 1 yr – Immunology MSc 1 yr – On campus Medical Engineering & Physics MSc 1 yr – On campus Microbiome in Health & Disease MSc 1 yr – On campus Molecular Biophysics for Medical Sciences MRes 1 yr – On campus Nutrition MSc 1 yr – On campus Stem Cell & Regenerative Therapies: From Bench to Market MSc 1 yr – On campus Tissue Engineering & Innovation Technology MRes 1 yr – On campus Translational Cancer Medicine MRes 1 yr – On campus Women & Children’s Health MSc 1 yr – On campus Research courses Basic & Medical Biosciences MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs 6–7 yrs On campus Chemistry MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs 6–7 yrs On campus Immunology & Microbial Sciences MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs 6–7 yrs On campus 23 Postgraduate Guide 2020
  • For up-to-date course details, please visit kcl.ac.uk/pg OUR COURSESR: BY SUBJECT AREA

COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Business, finance and entrepreneurship Taught courses Accounting, Accountability & Financial Management MSc 1 yr – On campus Banking & Finance MSc 1 yr – On campus Computational Finance MSc 1 yr - On campus Digital Economy MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Digital Marketing MSc 1 yr – On campus Economics & Finance MSc 1 yr – On campus Finance Analytics MSc 1 yr – On campus Finance: Asset Pricing MSc 1 yr – On campus Finance: Corporate Finance MSc 1 yr – On campus Financial Mathematics MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Global Finance & Banking MSc Min 2 yrs Max 4 yrs Online learning PG Dip Min 16 months Max 4 yrs PG Cert Min 8 months Max 3 yrs Human Resource Management & Organisational Analysis MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Management MSc 1 yr – On campus International Marketing MSc 1 yr – On campus International Marketing (Executive) MSc – 2 yrs On campus Marketing MSc Min 2 yrs Max 4 yrs Online learning PG Dip Min 16 months Max 4 yrs PG Cert Min 8 months Max 3 yrs Organisational Psychiatry & Psychology MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Public Policy & Management MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Strategic Entrepreneurship & Innovation MSc 1 yr – On campus Research courses Management Research MPhil 2 yrs 4 yrs On campus PhD 3 yrs 6 yrs Computer science Taught courses Advanced Computing MSc 1 yr – On campus Advanced Cyber Security MSc Min 2 yrs Max 6 yrs Online learning Advanced Software Engineering MSc 1 yr – On campus Artificial Intelligence MSc 1 yr – On campus Computational Finance MSc 1 yr – On campus Cyber Security MSc 1 yr – On campus Data Science MSc 1 yr – On campus Robotics MSc 1 yr – On campus Urban Informatics MSc 1 yr – On campus 24 CHOOSE KING’S OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS

COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Research courses Bioinformatics MPhil/PhD 3 yrs 6 yrs On campus Computer Science Research MPhil/PhD 3 yrs 6 yrs On campus Robotics MPhil/PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs On campus UK Centre for Doctoral Training: Safe & Trusted AI PhD 4 yrs – On campus Conflict and security Taught courses Conflict, Security & Development MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Geopolitics, Territory & Security MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus History of War MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Intelligence & International Security MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Affairs MA with pathways in Cyber Security or Espionage & Surveillance MA – 2 yrs Online learning PG Dip – 16 months PG Cert – 8 months International Conflict Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Peace & Security MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Relations MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Relations & Contemporary War MA Min 2 yrs Max 6 yrs Online learning National Security Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Science & International Security MA/PG Dip/PG Cert 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Security, Leadership & Society MSc/PG Dip 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Strategic Communications MA/PG Dip/PG Cert 1 yr 2 yrs On campus and online learning Sciences Po – King’s Graduate Programme in International Affairs 2 yrs (1 yr in Paris, 1 yr in London) 2 yrs On campus and study abroad Terrorism, Security & Society MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus War & Psychiatry MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus War in the Modern World MA Min 2 yrs Max 6 yrs Online learning War Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Research courses Defence Studies Research MPhil 2 yrs 4 yrs On campus and online learning PhD 3 yrs 6 yrs War Studies Research – option of joint PhD with University of Hong Kong/National University of Singapore MPhil 2 yrs 4 yrs On campus and optional study abroad.

Online learning option available.

  • PhD 3 yrs 6 yrs 25 OUR COURSES: BY SUBJECT AREA Postgraduate Guide 2020
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COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Dental training and science Taught courses Advanced Minimum Intervention Dentistry MSc – 3 yrs Online learning with residential blocks Aesthetic Dentistry MSc – 3 yrs Online learning with residential blocks Conscious Sedation for Dentistry PG Dip 9 months – On campus Dental Cone Beam CT Radiological Interpretation PG Cert – 9 months Online learning with intensive training block Dental Public Health MSc 1 yr – On campus Endodontics PG Dip – 2 yrs On campus MSc 3 yrs Online learning with residential blocks Endodontology MClinDent 3 yrs/4 yrs – On campus Fixed & Removable Prosthodontics MClinDent – 4 yrs Online learning with residential blocks Maxillofacial & Craniofacial Technology MSc 2 yrs – On campus Maxillofacial Prosthetic Rehabilitation MSc – 3 yrs Online learning with residential blocks Microbiome in Health & Disease MSc 1 yr – On campus Operative Dentistry PG Dip – 2 yrs On campus Orthodontics MSc 3 yrs – On campus and clinical placements Paediatric Dentistry MSc 2 yrs – On campus Periodontology MClinDent 3 yrs/4 yrs – On campus Prosthodontics MClinDent 3 yrs/4 yrs – On campus Regenerative Dentistry MSc 1 yr – On campus Special Care Dentistry MSc 2 yrs – On campus Tissue Engineering & Innovation Technology MRes 1 yr – On campus Research courses Dental & Health Sciences Research MPhil/PhD 3 yrs/4 yrs Up to 6 yrs On campus Education and child studies Taught courses Applied Linguistics & English Language Teaching MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Child & Adolescent Mental Health MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Child Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Education MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Education in Arts & Cultural Settings MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus and at Southbank Centre 26 CHOOSE KING’S OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS

  • COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Education Management MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Education, Policy & Society MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Child Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Postgraduate Certificate in Education: – Biology – Chemistry – Computing – English – Geography – Latin with Classics – Mathematics – Modern Foreign Languages – Physics with Mathematics – Physics – Religious Education PGCE/PGCE (School Direct) 1 yr - On campus and school placement STEM Education MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus and at International House Research courses Child & Adolescent Psychiatry MD(Res)/MPhil/PhD 3 yrs – On campus Education Research MPhil/PhD – Max 7 yrs On campus and school placement Interdisciplinary Policy Studies MPhil/PhD 3 yrs 7 yrs On campus Language, Discourse & Communication – option of joint PhD with University of Hong Kong/ National University of Singapore MPhil – – On campus and optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs 7 yrs Engineering Taught courses Electronic Engineering with Management MSc 1 yr – On campus Engineering with Management MSc 1 yr – On campus Healthcare Technologies MSc 1 yr – On campus MRes 1 yr – On campus Medical Engineering & Physics MSc 1 yr – On campus Mobile & Personal Communications MSc 1 yr – On campus Robotics MSc 1 yr – On campus Telecommunications & Internet Technology MSc 1 yr – On campus Research courses Engineering MPhil/PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs On campus Robotics MPhil/PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs On campus Telecommunications MPhil/PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs On campus 27 Postgraduate Guide 2020
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COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Geography and the environment Taught courses Climate Change: Environment, Science & Policy MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Disasters, Adaptation & Development MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Environment & Development MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Geopolitics, Territory & Security MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Risk Analysis MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Sustainable Cities MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Research courses Geography – option of joint PhD with University of Hong Kong/ Humboldt University of Berlin/National University of Singapore MPhil 2 yrs 3–4 yrs Optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs 5 yrs History and classics Taught courses Ancient History MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Classical Art & Archaeology MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Classics MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Contemporary British History MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Early Modern History MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Eighteenth-Century Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus and at the British Museum History of War MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Medieval History MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Medieval Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Modern History MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Latin with Classics) PGCE 1 yr – On campus and school placement The Classical World & its Reception MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus World History & Cultures MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Research courses Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Classics MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Politics and Contemporary History MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs History – option of joint PhD with University of Hong Kong/ National University of Singapore MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs Optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Palaeography & Manuscript Studies MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs 28 CHOOSE KING’S OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS

  • COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Imaging sciences Taught courses Healthcare Technologies MSc 1 yr – On campus MRes 1 yr – Medical Engineering & Physics MSc 1 yr – On campus Medical Ultrasound MSc – 27 months On campus and clinical placements* PG Dip – 18 months PG Cert – 9 months Nuclear Medicine: Science & Practice MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus PG Dip 1 yr 2 yrs PG Cert 1 yr – Radiopharmaceutics & PET Radiochemistry MSc 1 yr – On campus Specialist Ultrasound Practice PG Cert – 9 months On campus and clinical placements* Ultrasound in Emergency & Critical Care PG Cert – 9 months On campus and clinical placements* Vascular Ultrasound MSc – 27 months On campus and clinical placements* PG Dip – 18 months PG Cert – 9 months Research courses Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs 6–7 yrs On campus Neuroimaging Research MD(Res) 3 yrs – On campus Mphil/PhD 3 yrs 6 yrs International affairs and development Taught courses China & Globalisation MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Conflict, Security & Development MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Disasters, Adaptation & Development MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Emerging Economies & International Development MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Environment & Development MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Geopolitics, Territory & Security MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Global Affairs MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Global Ethics & Human Values MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Global Health & Social Justice MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Global Health with Conflict & Security MSc 1 yr 2–4 yrs On campus Global Health with Disasters & Adaptation MSc 1 yr 2–4 yrs On campus Global Health with Global Surgery MSc 1 yr 2–4 yrs On campus Global Health with Health Professions Education MSc 1 yr 2–4 yrs On campus Global Mental Health MSc 1 yr – On campus History of War MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus * Students must have a supervised clinical placement within the NHS before admission OUR COURSES: BY SUBJECT AREA 29 Postgraduate Guide 2020
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COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Intelligence & International Security MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Conflict Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Peace & Security MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Political Economy MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Relations & Contemporary War MA 2–6 yrs Max 6 yrs Distance learning International Relations MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Leadership & Development MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Leadership Studies with reference to Security & Development PhD 3–4 yrs – On campus Political Economy of Emerging Markets MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Politics & Economics of the Middle East MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Russian and Eurasian Politics & Economics MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Security, Leadership & Society MSc/PG Dip 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Sustainable Cities MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus War Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Research courses Chinese Studies Research – option of joint PhD with University of Hong Kong/National University of Singapore MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs Optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Optional study abroad Contemporary India Research – option of joint PhD with National University of Singapore MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs Optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Optional study abroad Languages and literatures Taught courses Ancient History MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Applied Linguistics & English Language Teaching MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Classical Art & Archaeology MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Classics MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Comparative Literature MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Contemporary Literature, Culture & Theory MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Crititical Theory MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Early Modern English Literature: Text & Transmission MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Eighteenth-Century Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus and at the British Museum European Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus and abroad Language & Cultural Diversity MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Medieval Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Modern Languages, Literature & Culture MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Modern Literature & Culture MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus PGCE (English) PGCE 1 yr – On campus PGCE (Latin with Classics) PGCE 1 yr – On campus PGCE (Modern Foreign Languages) PGCE 1 yr – On campus 30 CHOOSE KING’S OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS

  • COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Shakespeare Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus and at Shakespeare’s Globe Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus and at International House The Classical World & its Reception MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Theatre & Performance Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Research courses Comparative Literature – option of joint PhD with University of Hong Kong or National University of Singapore MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus and optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs 4-6 yrs Creative Writing MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus PhD 3 yrs 4-6 yrs English – option of joint PhD with National University of Singapore/University of Hong Kong/Humboldt University of Berlin MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus and optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs French MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs German – option of joint PhD with Stuttgart University/Humboldt University of Berlin MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus and optional study abroad PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Language, Discourse & Communication – option of joint PhD with University of Hong Kong/National University of Singapore MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies MPhil 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Law Taught courses Competition Law LLM 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Construction Law & Dispute Resolution MSc 18 months /1 yr 2 yrs On campus Economics for Competition Law PG Dip – 1 yr Blended learning MA – 2 yrs EU Competition Law PG Dip – 1 yr Blended learning MA – 2 yrs European Law LLM 1 yr 2 yrs On campus European Union Law PG Dip – 1 yr Blended learning MA – 2 yrs Global Ethics & Human Values MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Intellectual Property & Information Law LLM 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Business Law LLM 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Corporate & Commercial Law PG Cert/PG Dip/LLM – Min 2 yrs LLM Online learning International Dispute Resolution LLM 1 yr 2 yrs On campus International Financial & Commercial Law PG Cert/PG Dip/LLM – Min 2 yrs LLM Online learning International Financial Law LLM 1 yr 2 yrs On campus OUR COURSES: BY SUBJECT AREA 31 Postgraduate Guide 2020
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COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION International Tax Law LLM 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Master of Laws LLM 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Medical Ethics & Law MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Medical Law MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Mental Health, Ethics & Law MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Public Procurement Regulation in the EU & in its Global Context PG Dip – 1 yr Blended learning MA – 2 yrs Transnational Law LLM 1 yr 2 yrs On campus UK, EU & US Copyright Law PG Dip – 1 yr Blended learning MA – 2 yrs Research courses Law Research MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs – On campus Mathematics Taught courses Complex Systems Modelling MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Financial Mathematics MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Mathematics MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Theoretical Physics MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Research courses Mathematics (Applied Mathematics & Pure Mathematics) MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs 6–8 yrs On campus Statistics MPhil/PhD 3 yrs 6–8 yrs On campus Nursing and midwifery Taught courses Advanced Clinical Practice MSc 1 yr 3 yrs On campus PG Dip – 2 yrs PG Cert – 1 yr Advanced Critical Care Practice PG Dip – 2 yrs On campus Clinical Nursing MSc 1 yr – On campus and a 10-day clinical observation Clinical Research MRes 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Midwifery MSc – 1 yr On campus Nursing MSc – 1 yr On campus and blended learning Nursing with Registration Graduate entry as an Adult Nurse, Children’s Nurse or Mental Health Nurse MSc 2 yrs – On campus and clinical placements Palliative Care MSc/PG Cert/PG Dip 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Specialist Community Public Health Nursing – Health Visiting/ School Nursing MSc 2 yrs 3 yrs On campus PG Dip 1 yr 2 yrs On campus and clinical placement 32 CHOOSE KING’S OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS

  • COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Research courses Health Studies Research MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs 6 yrs On campus and blended learning Midwifery Research MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs 6 yrs On campus and blended learning Nursing & Midwifery Research with University of Hong Kong MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs – On campus and blended learning Nursing Research MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs 6 yrs On campus and blended learning Pharmacy, pharmacology and forensic science Taught courses Analytical Toxicology MSc 1 yr – On campus Biopharmaceuticals MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Clinical Pharmacology MSc 1 yr 2–4 yrs On campus PG Dip 1 yr 2–3 yrs PG Cert 1 yr 2 yrs Clinically Enhanced Pharmacy Independent Prescribing PG Cert – 9 months On campus Drug Development Science MSc 1 yr 2–4 yrs On campus PG Dip 1 yr 2–3 yrs PG Cert 1 yr 2 yrs Forensic Science MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus and placement MRes 15 months 30 months Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Control MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Pharmaceutical Technology MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Pharmacology MSc 1 yr – On campus Pharmacy Practice MSc – 3 yrs On campus MSc (Prescribing) – 3 yrs PG Dip – 2 yrs PG Dip (Prescribing) – 2 yrs PG Cert – 1 yr Research courses Cancer & Pharmaceutical Sciences MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs 6–7 yrs On campus Population Health & Environmental Sciences MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs 6–7 yrs On campus Philosophy and religion Taught courses Christianity & the Arts MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Critical Theory MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Global Ethics & Human Values MA 1 yr – On campus Global Health & Social Justice MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Mental Health, Ethics & Law MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Philosophy MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus OUR COURSES: BY SUBJECT AREA 33 Postgraduate Guide 2020
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COURSE NAME LEVEL FULL TIME PART TIME LOCATION Philosophy of Medicine & Psychiatry MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Religion MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Theology & Religious Studies Grad Dip 9 months 18 months On campus Research courses Master of Philosophical Studies MPhilStud 2 yrs 3–4 yrs On campus Philosophy Research – option of joint PhD with National University of Singapore/Humboldt University of Berlin PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Optional study abroad Theology & Religious Studies MPhil 2 yrs 4 yrs On campus PhD 3 yrs 4–6 yrs Physics Taught courses Medical Engineering & Physics MSc 1 yr – On campus Physics MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Research courses Physics Research at Strand Campus – option of joint PhD with University of Hong Kong/Erasmus Mundus Research groups: – Photonics & Nanotechnology – Biological Physics & Soft Matter – Theory & Simulation of Condensed Matter – Theoretical Particle Physics & Cosmology MPhil/PhD 3–4 yrs 4–6 yrs On campus Policy and society Taught courses Bioethics & Society MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Child Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Child & Adolescent Mental Health MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus China & Globalisation MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Climate Change: Environment, Science & Policy MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Conflict, Security & Development MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Dental Public Health MSc 1 yr – On campus Emerging Economies & International Development MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Gerontology & Ageing MA/MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Global Health & Social Justice MSc 1 yr 2 yrs On campus Global Health with Global Surgery MSc 1 yr 2–4 yrs On campus Global Health with Health Professions Education MSc 1 yr 2–4 yrs On campus Global Health with Conflict & Security MSc 1 yr 2–4 yrs On campus Global Health with Disasters & Adaptation MSc 1 yr 2–4 yrs On campus Global Mental Health MSc 1 yr – On campus International Child Studies MA 1 yr 2 yrs On campus 34 CHOOSE KING’S OUR COURSES WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IMPORTANT INFORMATION NEXT STEPS

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