Access comprehensive academic support through the King's Study Pods, are available at the Franklin-Wilkins, Weston Education Centre and Maughan libraries. They provide a range of resources, including workshops, tutorials, and study guides, to enhance students' learning experiences. Whether students need help with time management, essay writing, or exam preparation, the Study Spaces offers valuable guidance to excel in their studies. Students can drop by their office or contact +44 20 7836 5454 them at for more information.
King's College Learning Centre
located on -2 of the East Wing of Somerset House the space is ideal for groups of 10 to 30 for away days and brainstorming sessions. It provides a dynamic and centralized platform for accessing course materials, submitting assignments, and engaging in online discussions with lecturers and peers. Students can familiarize themselves with the Learning Centre to maximize its potential for enhancing their learning experiences.
The university libraries are valuable resources for studies.
The Maughan Library is the main university research library of King's College London, forming part of the Strand Campus. King's has 6 libraries and you can view their locations by clicking here. The libraries offer a wide range of resources and services to support academic endeavors across various disciplines. Whether students need to conduct research, study in a quiet environment, or borrow textbooks, the libraries provide essential support. Students can check their websites for opening hours and other available library services.
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The Peer Marking program provides academic support through student-led study sessions. Students make judgements about each other’s work or another group’s work, engaging deeply with assessment criteria. Leaders, who have excelled in their courses, facilitate interactive group sessions designed to enhance understanding, consolidate learning and generate feedback. Peer Marking also known as peer assessment sessions are available for various subjects and modules. Students can reach out to academic department, the Student Union, or the university's academic support services for more information about Peer Marking sessions, schedules, and subject areas covered.
King's also provides peer support in two other areas, them being The Positive Peers for mental health and wellbeing and the other being Black Students Talk.
Enhance research skills through workshops and resources provided by the university's Researcher Development Program.
King’s Culture offers early-stage research and development support to advance both academic and creative research. From literature reviews to data analysis, these workshops equip students with essential research techniques and methodologies. The program also offers guidance on academic writing, publication, and presentation skills.
Students can visit the King's Researcher & Development or contact via email@example.com to explore available resources, grants and upcoming workshops.
Students can access the Study Spaces services at the Franklin-Wilkins, Weston Education Centre and Maughan libraries. Additionally, they can contact them at +44 (0)20 7836 5454 for more information on the range of resources, workshops, tutorials, and study guides available to enhance their learning experience.
The Student Mentoring Programme is an is optional Undergraduate peer mentoring programme which matches first year students with experienced second, third or fourth-year students to help and support them throughout the academic year. It is designed to pair students with experienced mentors who can provide guidance and support throughout their university journey. To get involved and benefit from the program, students can visit the university's website or contact +44 (0)20 7836 5454 for more details.
Yes, located on -2 of the East Wing of Somerset House the space is ideal for groups of 10 to 30 for away days and brainstorming sessions. It offers dedicated areas for group work, equipped with modern facilities and technology. Students can collaborate with peers, work on projects, share ideas, and enhance their understanding of course material in these collaborative environments.
Students can get technical support for IT services by contacting at +44 (0)20 7836 5454 or visiting their office. IT Services provide essential technological resources, including access to computer labs, software programs, and online learning platforms.
Academic Skills Workshops cover a range of topics, including critical thinking, practice interviews, and exam revision strategies. Events are held within our dedicated Workshop Room at Bush House, our Guy's Careers Centre or virtually and we offer organizations opportunities to conduct various skill workshops. They can check the university's events calendar or contact +44 (0)20 7836 5454 for information on upcoming workshops.