Faculty of Arts & Humanities

Faculty of Arts & Humanities (King’s College London)

Study at one of the UK's most prestigious arts and humanities faculties based in the heart of London with close links with renowned cultural institutions including the British Museum, Shakespeare's Globe and the National Portrait Gallery.

Our departments

Made up of 13 different departments we offer over 50 postgraduate taught programmes covering:

Comparative Literature
Culture, Media and Creative Industries
Digital Humanities
Film Studies
Spanish, Latin American and Portuguese Studies
Theology and Religious Studies.

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities is ranked 6th in Europe (QS World University Rankings 2017).

Find out more about our departments at www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums

Study with Us

We are one of the most diverse faculties in terms of subject range in the University of London and are therefore able to offer postgraduate masters and research opportunities in all aspects of human culture and history, from ancient languages and history to contemporary film studies. Find out more about our courses at www.kcl.ac.uk/study

Our Research

99% of research in the Faculty was judged as having an outstanding (4*) and very significant impact (3*) and many departments in the Faculty were rated in the top 10 nationally for both the power and quality of their research (REF, 2014)

Interdisciplinarity is central to what we do, whether through holding collaborative public events (such as our annual Arts and Humanities Festival), joint teaching with other departments in the university or combining research expertise to focus our work on new areas.

The Faculty by numbers

• Ranked 6th in Europe (QS World University Rankings 2017)
• 99% of our research had an outstanding or very significant impact in the wider world (REF 2014)
• 900 + students on taught Master's programmes
• 650 + students research students

Masters Courses