Why King's Online?
Same quality. Same academic rigour. Delivered flexibly.
King's College London is ranked amongst the world's most prestigious universities.
Our world-leading research is at the heart of our approach to teaching, and this is true for our online courses as well.
Our online courses are taught by the same outstanding academics as our on-campus courses - the only difference is the flexible mode of delivery. Learning takes place at a time and place most convenient for our students.
Courses are designed specifically for an online audience, using a range of activities including videos, online quizzes, discussion forums, amd online readings.
King's Online students benefit from the same student resources and support throughout their studies, including access to library services, academic writing skills, counselling and careers advice.
King's Online students also have the opportunity to collaborate with a network of other King's Online students from around the globe. Upon graduating, King's Online students join our well connected and active worldwide alumni network.
King's ranks highly in graduate employability and has a dedicated careers service to help students find the right career path for them. In addition, completing an online course demonstrates key employability skills that are in high demand by organisations around the world.
About The Dickson Poon School of Law
The Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London is one of the oldest law schools in England and recognised globally as one of the top 10 UK law schools in the world. The School was established in 1831 and has played an integral role in the life of King's since the university was formed almost 200 years ago.
King’s has been in service to society since its foundation and we’re proud to continue that tradition to this day. Our research and teaching address some of the most pressing questions of our time relating to equality and human rights, the legal implications of climate change, globalisation, international relations, trade, competition, and global finance, to name but a few. Members of The Dickson Poon School of Law advise governments, serve on commissions and public bodies and are seconded to national and international organisations, helping to shape policy and practice nationally and internationally.
Our undergraduate, postgraduate and executive courses are informed by our research expertise. We have a lively student community engaged in pro bono, professional development and mooting activities alongside their core studies.
The current Executive Dean is Professor Gillian Douglas.