Arts & Cultural Management MA (Full-time)

This full-time course is primarily taught at the King’s College Strand Campus. Studying in London offers you unparalleled access to one of the world’s most vibrant and culturally active cities in the world and the course has strong links with London's leading cultural organisations. The university itself is ranked seventh in the UK, according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021. 

Risk Analysis, Disasters and Resilience MSc (Part-time)

With insight from academics and professionals in public, private and third-sector organisations, the part-time MSc in Risk Analysis, Disasters and Resilience offers a critical understanding of differential vulnerability and exposure to hazard and how they shape adaptation and resilience. The course is taught primarily at the King's College department of Geography on their Waterloo campus.

Risk Analysis, Disasters and Resilience MSc (Full-time)

With insight from academics and professionals in public, private and third-sector organisations, the part-time MSc in Risk Analysis, Disasters and Resilience offers a critical understanding of differential vulnerability and exposure to hazard and how they shape adaptation and resilience. The course is taught primarily at the King's College department of Geography on their Waterloo campus.

Studying in Canada gave me the opportunities to start my own business

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New study abroad scheme for students studying in the UK

Submitted by seeta.bhardwa@… on Tue, 01/05/2021 - 12:32

As the clock struck midnight on 1 January 2021, the start of the new year also marked the end of the UK’s membership in the European Union. 

And with that, it also meant that the UK was no longer a part of the EU’s Erasmus+ programme, which has enabled university staff and student exchanges across Europe. 

The UK has instead created its own programme, the Turing scheme (named after pioneering computer scientist Alan Turing).

However, Turing differs from Erasmus+ in a few ways.