For Students

Your time as a student at King's is only the beginning of a lifelong affiliation with the College, and we look forward to welcoming you back for reunions, events and visits in the years after you graduate. Nevertheless, we're not solely concerned with your future selves, and there are several ways in which you can get involved with the Development Office during your time here!

The Development Office is also responsible for the College's philanthropic giving, which directly impacts the lives of our students by providing financial assistance to alleviate student hardship, to support societies and activities, to fund graduate studentships and to fund a variety of travel opportunities. You can use these pages to find out more about our current priorities and how how you can get involved in our efforts through the Telephone Fundraising Campaign.
 

Telephone Campaign

Applications will be opening later this year for student callers to take part in the 2020 Telephone Fundraising Campaign - more details will appear shortly!

Alumni Mentoring

Our mentoring scheme, which pairs King's alumni with current students looking for guidance and careers advice, will launch soon. Check back here for more details shortly!

At Graduation

Your connection to the College doesn't end when you graduate; instead you become part of our community of King's alumni spread right across the globe.

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Have an idea for a project, invention or initiative idea? Enter our annual Entrepreneurship Competition!
Alumni are encouraged to stay involved with the life of the College however they can, and many generously donate their time and expertise.
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Find King's graduates in your area, make connections with alumni in your industry, and find out about our Entrepreneurship Competition.
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Stay connected with the College by updating your details and getting in contact with long-lost contemporaries.

Members and Friends News

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King's Fellow wins International Studies Association book prize

Mira Siegelberg has been awarded the Francesco Guicciardini Prize for Best Book in Historical International Relations.

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King's alumni awarded Leverhulme Prizes

Alumni Dr Tom Geue and Professor Kathryn Stevens have both been awarded Philip Leverhulme Prizes in Classics.

King's undergraduate awarded law scholarship

Undergraduate student Diallo Williams has been awarded a scholarship on the Freshfields Stephen Lawrence Scholarship Scheme.