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The Faculty of Arts & Humanities at King’s is one of the most prestigious of its kind, ranked 6th in Europe according to the QS World University Rankings 2017. King’s is one of the world’s leading centres of research in arts and humanities, with strengths across all disciplines, including new fields such as culture, media and creative industries, and digital humanities. 99 per cent of the research conducted in the faculty has been judged as having an outstanding or very significant impact in the wider world (Research Excellence Framework 2014). Home to one of the largest populations of postgraduate research students in the country, this diverse faculty gives students a rich and stimulating environment for study and research, engaging with questions of fundamental importance to understanding the past, present and future.
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Study Christianity & the Arts on a course that is uniquely taught in association with the National Gallery in London. Investigate how Christian scripture, beliefs and practices have found expression in art for over 2,000 years. Read more
Study Greek and Roman art and archaeology at one of the largest Classics departments in the UK. Our course is intercollegiate with options taught at King’s, UCL and Royal Holloway, giving you a wide range of topics to choose from as well as being able to take advantage of our close links to the Institute of Classical Studies, one of the UK’s best Classical libraries. Read more
Study literature from six different continents covering over 2,500 years, comparing literatures from across the world, written in many different languages, in different cultures from antiquity to the present day. Read more
Study the developments and implications of digital technologies on contemporary culture and society. Our course that looks at how digital developments are reshaping various socio-political and economic fields such as work, governance, identity, cultural communication, finance, industry, and many more. Read more