King's College London

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The King's College London School of Medicine is one of the largest medical research and teaching centres in Europe.    The School' s research excellence is well recognised. Within its nine research divisions, the School hosts two MRC Centres in Transplantation and the Allergic Mechanisms of Asthma and in 2008 alone was awarded Centre of Excellence status by the British Heart Foundation with funding of £9 million and opened £4 million Breakthrough Breast Cancer Unit.    With four entry routes, the King's MBBS programme has among the highest of any UK medical school and as such, one of the most diverse undergraduate student populations. With more than 5,000 applications received each year, it  is also a first choice for tomorrow's doctors.     With the launch of  King's Health Partners in 2008, the School is working closer than ever before with its NHS partners in achieving excellence in research, teaching and clinical service

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Higher Education