King's College London, University of London
Location of university
Please comment on the location of your university (city, town, etc), the campus, the facilities, and student accommodation.
"I was at Guy's campus at King's, which is beautiful and homely but, compared to the other King's campuses at Strand and Waterloo, isn't as well equipped."
"Extremely accessible and in a prime location to access other London sites and events easily. Facilities are adequate but need to be better equipped to cope with the number of students."
"The location makes it really great as all the nice things are very close to the uni. Facilities such as the library are really well maintained and great for students. Accommodation is also good but expensive."
"Very good location (especially for law students) and the campus is old but reasonably maintained. Student accommodation could be improved and/or made less expensive."
"The campus is very central but not near my accommodation. However, the accommodation is only a 15-minute train journey away and the uni has multiple central locations closer by."
"Being in central London is amazing. Unfortunately, King's is a dispersed school so there are many campuses. You don't get to enjoy all the facilities at one campus and you often end up not doing things because they are at a different campus."
"KCL Waterloo campus is a relatively small but quite modern campus with a good library and surprisingly good meals for low prices. Student accommodation options range and can be up to a 40-minute commute away (which is what I have, not the best but you get used to it). Living in the Unite Stratford One accommodation is great and modern but definitely makes it tricky to keep up a social life."
"The student accommodation is not cheap but the facilities are good. The uni is in the heart of London so it's easy to go to and from there."
"Most of the campuses are right in central London, which is brilliant. The facilities are very good, especially the skills centre."
"It's located at Waterloo so I have an abundance of events and restaurants to attend."