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King’s College London is an internationally renowned university delivering exceptional education and world-leading research. We are dedicated to driving positive and sustainable change in society and realising our vision of making the world a better place. 


Mission and vision 

Through our commitment to exceptional education, impactful research and genuine service to society, we are creating positive change in our communities, both in London and on the world stage. Our Strategic Vision 2029 looks forward to our 200th anniversary in 2029 and sets out our ambitious plans in five key areas: 

  • Educating the next generation of change-makers;

  • Challenging ideas and driving change through research;

  • Giving back to society through meaningful service;

  • Working with our local communities in London;

  • Fostering global citizens with an international perspective.

  • London Branch

    King's College, 170 Strand, WC2R 2LS, London

Courses offered by King’s College London


C++ For Financial Mathematics

This course is an introduction to object oriented programming in C++ with examples drawn from financial mathematics. It will cover the procedural and object oriented features of the C++ language and the use of software design patterns to price complex financial products.

by King’s College London


At King’s Language Centre, you’ll learn Spanish from native speakers who have undergone extensive training. Each Spanish teacher will bring their own personal experience of living in Spanish-speaking countries to the evening lessons.

by King’s College London


Gujarati came into existence in the 19th century and it was primarily used for business transactional purposes. Gujarati is the official language of the state of Gujarat, North West of India but is also spoken in Rajhastan and Mumbai and some parts of Pakistan.

by King’s College London


Bengali is spoken by more than 210 million people as a first or second language. It is usually ranked about seventh in the world in terms of number of people who speak it as a first language.

by King’s College London


All Arabic courses at King’s are taught by native speakers with their own personal experience of the language, hailing from a range of countries in the Arab world. They have been trained to teach Modern Standard Arabic, which is used in books, newspapers, television and radio.

by King’s College London

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