Tayler Gill is a Site Specialist for Europe. Tayler works with students studying abroad in England and Scotland.
King’s College London has introduced a new Global Health program for students studying abroad during the Fall, Spring or Academic Year. Students can now choose between two curriculum pathways; Arts & Sciences or Global Health. Students who want a broader and more diverse course load should select the Arts & Sciences pathway while those wishing to take a more specific focus on Health should choose the Global Health & Social Medicine track. They can simply indicate this desire on the first line of their letter of intent. Students participating on the Global Health track are required to take Introduction to Global Health and Introduction to Social Medicine alongside two other courses of our their choice listed in the module catalog. The Global Health track does not include clinical placements and is ideal for a number of different majors.
All students studying abroad as part of the Arts & Sciences or Global Health program can select modules to fulfill their required course load from the School of Arts & Humanities, School of Biomedical & Health Sciences, School of Law, School of Natural & Mathematical Sciences, School of Nursing & Midwifery (excluding clinical placements) or School of Social Science & Public Policy. All course selections are subject to approval by King’s College and not guaranteed.