Members and Friends

Welcome to the Alumni and Friends area of the King's College website, where you can find information about visiting the College, upcoming events, and exclusive alumni offers and benefits.

As a former student you are part of a community of more than 10,000 Alumni (Non-Resident Members) across the globe. You are always welcome at King’s, and the Development Office is here to ensure that you're able to stay connected with the College, wherever life takes you and wherever you are in the world!

Events

Alumni and Friends of the College are invited to a regular programme of events and reunions both in College and across the world.

Supporting King's

Philanthropic giving plays a vital role in the continuation of the College and its ability to offer a world-class educational experience.

Visiting the College

King’s takes great pleasure in welcoming alumni who are visiting the College - see our FAQs for more information.

Publications

From our biannual magazine King's Parade to regular e-newsletters and our social media channels, there are many ways to find out about the latest College news and research.

Volunteering

Alumni are encouraged to stay actively involved with the life of the College however they can, and many generously donate their time in a multitude of ways.

Who We Are

The Development Office has responsibility for all alumni enquiries, publications, and events, as well as the College's philanthropic giving. Meet the team!

Alumni Networks

Find King's graduates in your area and make connections with alumni in your industry or profession.

In Memoriam

A searchable online archive of all the obituaries previously printed in our Annual Reports - coming soon.

Keep In Touch

Stay connected with the College by updating your details and getting in contact with long-lost contemporaries.

For Students

When you graduate, you become part of our community of alumni spread right across the globe.

Members and Friends News

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‘Mini-placentas’ help scientists understand the causes of pre-eclampsia and pregnancy disorders

King’s Fellow Ashley Moffett and colleagues have grown ‘mini-placentas’ in the lab and used them to shed light on how the placenta develops and interacts with the inner lining of the womb.

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King's members recognised in 2024 New Year Honours

Judith Weir (KC 1973) and Provost of King's Gillian Tett have been awarded a GBE and an OBE, respectively.

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Finding new ways to improve cancer immunotherapies: rethinking Treg cell targeting

New study co-authored by King’s CRA Dr Sarah Whiteside explores how conventional CD4+ T cells hinder cancer immunotherapies targeting Treg cells.

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