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  • gwlad : Deyrnas Unedig
  • City : Llundain
  • acronym : KCL
  • Fe'i sefydlwyd : 1829
  • Myfyrwyr (approx.) : 29000
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Brenin dros 27,600 fyfyrwyr (gan gynnwys bron 10,500 ôl-raddedigion) o rai 150 gwledydd a bron 6,800 cyflogeion.

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  • Mae'r brifysgol yn y saith prifysgol uchaf y DU ar gyfer enillion ymchwil ac incwm blynyddol cyffredinol o fwy na £ 684 miliwn y.

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King’s College London was founded by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington (then Prime Minister) yn 1829 as a university college in the tradition of the Church of England. It now welcomes staff and students of all faiths and beliefs.

King’s professors played a major part in nineteenth-century science and in extending higher education to women and working men through evening classes.

The university has grown and developed through mergers with several institutions each with their own distinguished histories. These include:

  • United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St ThomasHospitals
  • Chelsea College
  • Queen Elizabeth College
  • Institute of Psychiatry.

This beautifully illustrated book by Christine Kenyon Jones describes the many personalities who have contributed to the history of King’s and its constituent institutions. It was published to mark the 175th anniversary of the university in 2004. The book includes nearly 250 illustrations and a foreword by the Princess Royal.

 

1107-1599

  • 1107The Augustinian priory of St Mary Overie establishes an infirmary for pilgrims just south of London Bridge.
  • 1173The infirmary takes the name of St Thomas after Thomas Becket’s canonisation that year.
  • 1212St ThomasHospital is destroyed by fire and rebuilt on the east side of Borough High Street.
  • 1247Bethlem Hospital is founded in Bishopsgate, as a priory dedicated to St Mary of Bethlehem.
  • 1403Bethlem records first show it cared for people with mental illness.
  • 1540St ThomasHospital is closed during the Reformation.
  • 1553St ThomasHospital is reinstated by King Edward VI. Initially known as ‘the King’s Hospitalit soon reverts to the name ‘St Thomasbut is now called after St Thomas the Apostle rather than St Thomas Becket, who has been decanonised.

1600-1799

  • 1724The building of Guy’s Hospital begins with funds given by Thomas Guy, a governor of St Thomashospital. Guy is concerned about the fate of the ‘incurablesdischarged from St Thomaswith nowhere to go.
  • 1726The first patients are admitted to Guy’s Hospital.
  • 1768Guy’s and St Thomashospitals formalise their joint arrangements for teaching medical students as ‘The United Hospitals of the Borough’.
  • 1799Joseph Fox gives the first formal lectures in dental surgery at Guy’s.

1800-1849

  • 1825Arrangements for teaching medical students at Guy’s and St Thomashospitals are separated.
  • 1828The first meeting to discuss the foundation of King’s College is held in London, chaired by the Duke of Wellington.
  • 1829The Duke of Wellington fights a duel with the Earl of Winchilsea in defence of his simultaneous role in the foundation of King’s College and his support of the Roman Catholic Relief Act. King George IV signs the royal charter of King’s College London.
  • 1831Opening of King’s College London and its Junior Department, King’s College School.
  • 1835Associateship of King’s College (AKC) is first awarded to King’s students.
  • 1836Foundation of the University of London.
  • 1839Degrees of the University of London are first awarded to King’s students.
  • 1839 Establishment of King’s College Hospital in Portugal Street, north of the Strand.
  • 1846The Theological Department opens at King’s.

1850-1899

  • 1855Opening of King’s first successful Evening Department.
  • 1860The school of nursing founded by Florence Nightingale opens at St Thomas’ ysbyty.
  • 1871St ThomasHospital moves to its present site in Lambeth to make way for the building of London Bridge railway station. King’s holds its first ‘extensionlectures for ladies.
  • 1873The first studentsUnion Society is instituted at King’s.
  • 1885The LadiesDepartment of King’s opens in Kensington Square.
  • 1888Guy’s becomes the first general hospital in the country to establish a dental school.
  • 1890 – Llundain (King’s College) Day Training College for teacher training opens.
  • 1895Opening of the South-Western Polytechnic, later to become Chelsea College which merged with King’s in 1985.
  • 1897King’s College School moves to Wimbledon.

1900-1949

  • 1901The Royal Dental Hospital of London and its School of Dental Surgery, later to merge with UMDS, gain their ‘Royaltitle.
  • 1902King’s College LadiesDepartment becomes King’s College Women’s Department.
  • 1903All remaining religious tests for academic staff and compulsory attendance at chapel for students are removed at King’s.
  • 1910King’s College Women’s Department becomes King’s College for Women.
  • 1913The new King’s College Hospital opens at Denmark Hill.
  • 1915 – The Arts and Sciences Departments of King’s College for Women are moved to the Strand. The Household and Social Science Department opens at Campden Hill, Kensington.
  • 1923King’s Dental School is established as part of the Medical School at Denmark Hill. The Maudsley Hospital opens as a London County Council hospital for the early treatment of acute mental illness.
  • 1928The Household & Social Science Department of King’s becomes King’s College for Household & Gwyddorau cymdeithasol.
  • 1948On the foundation of the National Health Service, the medical schools of Guys’, King’s and St Thomasbecome independent of the hospitals. The Maudsley’s medical school is renamed the Institute of Psychiatry.

1950-2004

  • 1953The Household & Social Science Department of King’s is renamed Queen Elizabeth College.
  • 1971Chelsea College of Science and Technology joins the University of London and is renamed Chelsea College.
  • 1983The Royal Dental Hospital of London School of Dental Surgery merges with Guy’s Dental School and the United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospitals (UMDS) are formed. King’s College School of Medicine and Dentistry (re)unites with King’s College London.
  • 1985Queen Elizabeth College and Chelsea College merge with King’s.
  • 1997 – The Institute of Psychiatry merges with King’s.
  • 1998UMDS merges with King’s. The King’s Department of Nursing Studies and the Nightingale Institute of Nursing merge to form the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing & Midwifery within King’s College London.
  • 2001The Chancery Lane Library, converted from the former Public Records Office building, opens. It is renamed the Maughan Library in 2002.
  • 2004The university celebrates its 175th anniversary with a programme of special events.

 


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