The King's College - NY Reviews
- New York (NY)
- Annual Tuition: $36,450
100% of 2 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 2 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 4/7/2019
- Degree: Journalism
- Graduation Year: 2018
"The King's College is a renowned and highly-esteemed liberal arts college. It's well-connected faculty comes from a variety of impressive backgrounds, including Ivy League educations and teaching positions. Its rigorous and wholly comprehensive curriculum was a daily joy and privilege to be a part of, and want to succeed in. Professors became like family, mentoring patiently and sacrificially, yearning for all students to succeed equally. To this day, I remain very close with many of my former professors, whom have helped lift me up in times of stress and helped me network for the benefit of my future career. From prayers before exams to opening up their own homes to dinner gatherings, faculty and staff at Kings always do everything in their power to ensure a positive and equipping experience for all students at Kings. They operate from a pure foundation of selfless love and encouragement. I cant imagine having attended anywhere else. The amount of knowledge, grace, and real-world experience Kings showed me is immeasurable and irreplaceable. My classmates were the most patient, articulate, and insightful youth I have ever met, and they challenged me to think outside of my own perspective and learn to engage with others who are different. Everything at Kings has shaped me into someone I am proud to be, and I am proud to call myself an alumna."
- Reviewed: 4/29/2016
- Degree: Business Administration
- Graduation Year: 2016
"The Business program at The King's College in NYC is spectacular. The professors are amazing and being in NYC is so helpful to score internships and part-time jobs. I chose this degree for its practicality and was not disappointed. The education focuses on becoming a well-rounded individual and less focus on skills (though you get plenty). Honestly, in today's world, having a solid understanding of the world is more important than skills because you'll just learn them on the job anyway."