Providing you with all the support you need.
Throughout the year, we host a number of educational events and support programmes to assist your academics in your time at King's. This includes the daily study cafes and our successful Mentorship Scheme, alongside many educational talks and workshops!
Eliana, as your Education Secretary, will work extremely hard to provide you with all the support you need and deliver the most enriching academic year yet!
Adjusting to current circumstances, both the department and faculty have launched a range of opportunities for you to #StudyFromHome as effectively as possible. The department will host a number of virtual seminars, followed by virtual meetings for Q&A sessions and space to socialise.
Don't forget to show us what studying at home looks like for you by using #StudyFromHome and tagging @kclgeogsoc to get reposted!
Opportunity for undergraduates and masters students to meet with graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) to provide study support.
Held in BH NE room 6.05 OR
online at Skype address StudyCafe01, StudyCafe02, StudyCafe03 and StudyCafe04
MS Teams to contact a specific GTA
For more info visit http://tiny.cc/KCLGeoStudyCafe or
As a society, we work very closely with our department. Therefore, many events that we advertise are also hosted by the Geography department and our professors such as the Wednesday Afternoon Seminar Series. Throughout the year, GeogSoc also hosts a number of slightly less formal educational events. The Spain Field Trip Talk, where second-year students share their experiences as top tips, as well as educational debates tackling big questions such as "Where should climate change reform start?" and "To what extent is climate activism effective?" with other societies or universities.
We have been running the Mentorship scheme for 3 successful years and will continue to provide this programme for you to get additional support from a fellow Geographer in 2nd or 3rd year.
We recognise that student life can be stressful and that it is good to communicate your struggles with those who have experienced what you are going through. We believe that a mentor can help in this transition and make life easier for new students on the course and those wishing to gain support and advice from fellow students.