King’s College London is a renowned university which is patronised by Queen Elizabeth II and it's goal is to drive sustainable change in society. King's is often regarded as part of the "golden triangle" of universities located in Cambridge, Oxford and London.
The University is a member of the prestigious Russell Group and is known for its world-leading research and education in such fields as Management and Marketing, Food Science, Sociology, Medicine, Law, Geography, Computer Science and Politics.
The University consists of five campuses one of which includes the new Bush House that was previously the BBC World Service and is now home to the new King's Business School. King's College London also has a profound influence on Medicine, for instance, six Medical Research Council centres belong to this University.
41% of King's academic community comes from abroad. University's alumni are among DNA, Hepatitis, mammal cloning discoverers, famous politicians and actors.