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16th December, 2016

Inspiring connections across the university and beyond in 2015-16


King’s College London has published the annual review of its cultural partnership activities during the 2015-16 academic year. Inspiring connections draws together the many and varied cultural engagement programmes across King’s that enhanced the student and academic experience and provided tools, resources and insight for the cultural sector over the past year.

Deborah Bull, Assistant Principal (London), who provides leadership for the university’s cultural engagement strategy, said ‘At King’s we are proud to support our academics and students in connecting through culture with the world around them – helping to translate academic research into action and ensuring our graduates develop the entrepreneurialism, networks, transferable skills, creativity, values and experiences that will enable them to succeed in a changing world: not just in their chosen careers, but as reflective and engaged citizens who can make a positive contribution to the communities around them and to society as a whole.’

The report is available to read online here.

Hard copies are available by emailing

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