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Out of all the options that I had the ranking in the area of law compared to other universities in the UK was the main reason. Also, good internship opportunities always wanted to live in London, a great university to make contacts and meet new people.
Really well thought and established in a way in which you study all the necessary and basic stuff during the first year and a half to have the basic understanding so you are later on able to decide in which area you want to specialise.
Name and status of the university for the interest of future employment, course applied to me and my interests personally and especially in further years. Balance of coursework and exams works in my favour.
Lots of heavy reading but the course is generally interesting. Looking forward to having more freedom in years to come when I can specialise. Could be less historically based and more focussed on up to date or modern ideals, less focussed on theory.
I found the opportunity to live in London exciting. I think that King's College London is a reputable institution. I have heard good reviews about the student experience, the teaching staff, and the extracurriculars.
I fond it slightly disorganised. I do not enjoy that I do not get to choose any of my first-year modules. I find the next year's class options more interesting. Additionally, I think the course is not very intellectually stimulating.
King's College London is a famous world recognized institute with both states of the art facilities but also presents itself as an embodiment of it\'s historical achievements. King's has the department that I sought after.
The course gives a good platform to explore and advance as a scientist. The filed of interest is available to you if you wish to pursue it. The university has incredibly smart individuals both academics and peers who can help you find your true passion in science.