KCL Space Introduction Video
Who We Are
KCL Space, founded in 2017, is a student-run society which comes under the Department of Physics. The aim of KCL Space is to provide its members with opportunities to engage in space related activities, organised both within the college and internationally. KCL Space also works to bridge the gap between the niche of the space industry and the students aspiring to become part of it. KCLSS works towards closing this gap through its academic support, mentoring sessions and networking events.
What We Do
COLLABORATIONS WITH OTHER SOCIETIES AND ORGANISATIONS BOTH AT KING’S AND OTHER UNIVERSITIES
FREE AND DISCOUNTED
STEM COURSES AND WORKSHOPS
MEET WITH OUR AFFILIATED ORGANISATIONS ALONGSIDE MANY OTHER OPPORTUNITIES FOR INTERNSHIPS AND JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Night Sky Watching
THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, WE HOLD NIGHT SKY WATCHING EVENTS TO APPRECHIATE SPACE WHILE CONNECTING WITH OTHERS.
Hosting weekly lectures
SPEAKERS AND LECTURERS ARE
INVITED TO GIVE TALKS ABOUT
THE SPACE INDUSTRY AND ITS SECTORS
MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME FOR STUDENTS BY EXPERTS IN THE SPACE SECTOR
EXCLUSIVE CONVERSATIONS WITH ACADEMICS, ENTREPRENEURS AND INDUSTRY EXPERTS TEACHING AND WORKING IN THE SPACE SECTOR
KCL SPACE ANNUAL WINTER BALL, SPACE-THEMED QUIZZES AND SPACE GAMES TO NAME A FEW.
“Space is for everybody. It’s not just for a few people in science or math, or for a select group of astronauts. That’s our new frontier out there, and it’s everybody’s business to know about space.”