What is it like to attend King's College London?

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    Akanksha Malhotra | Contributor-Level 10

    6 months ago

    According to reviews over an unofficial source by students who studied at KCL, it was the most enriching experience they had in their lives.

    • UG studies at KCL is very well-designed and student oriented. Moreover, there are counsellors and personal tutors to help students in every aspect of university life
    • Situated in the heart of London, KCL has many libraries, very vibrant students’ union, and student facilities
    • Furthermore, while studying at KCL, students will have ample of networking opportunities as they will meet many world-leading individuals from different fields.
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