For 2020-21 we’ve developed the Extracurricular opportunities webpage to bring together all of the activities that students can engage in alongside their studies. These include opportunities to connect with others, give back to society and engage in culture, even if studying remotely. Wherever you are in the world at the moment, King's has a rich offer of activities for you to get involved.
 
 
King’s Sport
King’s Sport delivers a range of opportunities for students and staff to get involved in sport and physical activity, with an ambition to be the most active university in London. This year, you don’t have to go a gym or class in person to take part – it’s all online.

 
King’s BeActive programme offers a range of free online fitness and wellbeing classes to help you keep moving. From yoga to indoor HIIT workouts and even learning to juggle, there is something for every interest and level of fitness.

You could also check out Move Your Mind which aims to promote improved physical and mental health to the King's community; offering classes, courses and exclusive events that focus on the connection between 'mind' with 'body' and therefore improve overall health and wellbeing. Check out their online class timetable to see what they’re running.


KCLSU
Our Students’ Union, KCLSU, continues to provide opportunities for you to get involved with societies and meet new people. With over 300 student groups and sports clubs, there is something for everyone.

KCLSU are running lots of events and activities online. To find out what's on and how to join in, visit KCLSU - Our Events, and you can follow what they’re up to on social media via KCLSU Facebook and Twitter @kclsu.

Find out about KCLSU's dedicated wellbeing activities in our article What does KCLSU offer to support my wellbeing?
 
 
King's Edge
King’s Edge is a new programme of extracurricular initiatives available to all students, including internships and volunteering opportunities, languages courses, community organising, and much more. Choose from a range of options to develop specialist and transferrable skills like critical thinking, problem-solving and digital skills.
 
King’s Edge will run throughout spring and summer 2021, giving you the flexibility to choose and take courses at a time that suits you. Find out more about the initiatives by visiting King's edge.