King's College London reviews

King's College London review

King's College London is an extraordinary place. Set in the center of London's Legal sector becoming a part of the King's community presents new students with opportunities which are available nowhere else.

King's has one of the finest legal libraries in the country and its library facilities are some of the best in London. The standard of teaching at King's is also extremely high: the law school boasts the talents of Prof. David Hayton and Prof. Tony Guest amongst many other internationally renowned academic giants.

The Student Union provides real Student Life Support. Tutu's nightclub has been Time Out's Number one London student venue, this is not difficult to understand given the high standard of entertainment and the amazing views over the Thames and the London Eye.

The Union does not lack in other areas either, with an enormous range of clubs and societies ranging from debating to Hip Hop.

Where King's law school does fall down is in the area of teaching facilities. King's Strand Campus is quite frankly run down though Guy's and Waterloo Campus both present top quality facilities and renovations are expected to begin on the Strand campus in the coming months.

The student's Union is also spending over a quarter of a million pounds on renovating its facilities and the first phase of will be complete by the start of term in September.