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The Dean’s Office. King’s College London founded in 1829 as a religious foundation – a Church of England College History of mergers with other institutions King’s prides itself on its friendliness, openness and tolerance

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The dean s office
The Dean’s Office

  • King’s College London founded in 1829 as a religious foundation – a Church of England College

  • History of mergers with other institutions

  • King’s prides itself on its friendliness, openness and tolerance

  • The Dean of King’s has overall responsibility for religious provision in Kings

The Dean of King’s:

The Revd Professor

Richard Burridge


The associateship of king s college london
The Associateship of King’s College London

  • Unique to Kings, open to all departments & backgrounds

  • The AKC looks at

    • ethics (includes medical ethics)

    • philosophical theology

    • religious studies

    • Biblical studies

  • 3 years, 2 semesters of teaching, with an exam each year

  • If you pass you become an Associate of King’s College London (AKC)


Why take the akc
Why take the AKC?

  • A chance to reflect on and discuss the big questions of meaning and value

  • Make the most of your time at King’s and distinguish yourself as a King’s graduate by gaining this unique qualification

  • Enhance your CV – the AKC is very attractive to employers

  • Networking opportunities

    • AKC Alumni Group

    • AKC Annual Lecture


What last year s students said
What last year’s students said...

  • ‘I have now completed the final AKC year and will really miss it. It has been a highlight of studying at King’s.’

  • ‘This is a true gem! In this modern world to be encouraged to reflect on the matters of ethics, morality, and the cultural sources of what we are is unique. It is fantastically enriching, both for students and staff. Thank you!’


What last year s students said1
What last year’s students said...

  • ‘Fantastic course! It makes me really glad that I came to King’s and I'm pretty sure it helped me get a job!’

  • ‘A truly tremendous course which has been a pleasure to study.’

  • ‘Loved it!’


The course
The Course

2011-12 Course Units:

Autumn term:

The Bible: Literature, Artefact, Scripture

Spring term:

Theism and Atheism: Some Philosophical Reflections


Alongside your degree
Alongside your degree

  • Attend either a live or recorded lecture each week

  • If you miss a lecture, borrow the DVD from the library

  • eLearning pages with extra material

  • Regular discussion groups and the AKC Academic Forum each semester

  • One 2 hour written exam in spring

  • No coursework or extra reading


Akc timetable
AKC Timetable

  • Strand: (live)

    Mon at 12 noon (S-2.18)

    Wed repeat at 10.00 (K2.31)

  • Waterloo: (recording)

    Tues at 12 noon (G.73)

    Wed at 9.00 (G.73)

  • Guy’s: (recording)

    Thurs at 16.00 (NHH)

    Fri at 9.00 (Gowland)

  • Denmark Hill: (recording)

    Tues at 13.00 (Small Lecture Theatre, Main Bldg, IoP)

    Fri at 12 noon (Portakabin TO.06, IoP Chaplaincy)


Come and see
Come and see

  • Come to a couple of AKC lectures as a taster

  • Try one of the AKC discussion groups at different campuses

  • Take the opportunity to meet people and think and talk

  • Enrol via AKC registration task on OneSpace


The akc today
The AKC today

  • Due to popular demand the AKC is expanding...

  • Online resources for all AKC students are being developed and improved

  • In October 2011 we begin the Distance Learning pilot scheme, which offers MA students the chance to continue with the AKC after leaving King’s


Akc unique to king s
AKC – Unique to King’s

  • Enrol on OneSpace www.kcl.ac.uk/akc

  • Contact the AKC Administrator on [email protected]

    or 020 78481844

  • Enjoy King’s!


The chaplaincy team
The Chaplaincy Team

Anna

Jane

Joan

Joe

Tim

Alexander

Charlotte

www.kcl.ac.uk/chaplaincy


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