Make a difference to people’s lives by becoming a world-class healthcare professional with a degree at a university ranked in the world’s top 20.

One of the Faculty locations is located next to Guy’s Hospital in the centre of London, we are the world’s first school of nursing. Although we have the historical credentials, being the direct descendant of the Nightingale Training School established at St Thomas’ Hospital in 1860; our training, facilities and ethos is firmly rooted in the 21st Century.

We are ranked as the number one faculty for nursing in London (Complete University Guide 2016).

If you want to join the leading-edge nurses or midwives of tomorrow – practitioners, partners, and leaders in their field, then take a look at the range of opportunities offered at King’s.

The Faculty has 200 staff and nearly 3,000 students, and is spread across five departments: Child and Adolescent Nursing; Midwifery and Women’s Health; Adult Nursing; Mental Health Nursing; and Postgraduate Research with activities that meets the needs of a wide range of healthcare professionals seeking continuing professional development. We are at the forefront of health services, policy and evaluation research.

Located in the heart of London on the Southbank of the River Thames, our programmes meet the needs of individuals seeking to become nurses, midwives or to continue professional development after registration.

Students are supported and guided over their studies in the Faculty, and on completion they join their peers to become part of a group of Alumni and continue a lifelong association with King’s.

The Faculty is one of nine within King’s College London, one of the top 20 universities in the world (2014/15 QS World University Rankings) and a prestigious Russell Group University. King’s is also the fourth oldest university in England.



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