Kings - in Education

In Education

  • University of King's College in Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • King's University College (Edmonton) in Edmonton, Alberta
  • King's University College (University of Western Ontario), a campus of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario
  • King's College London, a constituent college of the University of London
  • King's College, Cambridge, a constituent college of the University of Cambridge
  • King's College School, a leading Eton Group school founded by King George IV
  • King's College, Guildford, an International Baccalaureate school
  • King's College (Taunton), a private boarding secondary school in Taunton, Somerset
  • King's College, Newcastle, a former college of Durham University, which left to form Newcastle University
  • King's College Hospital, a hospital in the London Borough of Southwark
  • King's College, Aberdeen, the oldest part of the University of Aberdeen
  • King College in Bristol, Tennessee
  • King's College (North Carolina) in Charlotte, North Carolina
  • King's College (Pennsylvania) in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
  • The King's College (California) in Los Angeles
  • The King's College (New York) in New York City
  • King's College (Thailand), Sampran, Nakonprathom
  • King's College (Hong Kong), in Sai Wan
  • King's College Budo, in Wakiso district, Uganda
  • King's College, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Kings College, Madrid
  • King's College, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia
  • King's College, Auckland, New Zealand
  • King's College, Christchurch, New Zealand
  • King's College, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
  • Kings International College, a secondary school in Camberley, Surrey
  • The King's School, Parramatta, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
  • The King's School, Sydney, closed in 1832, was located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • King's School (Auckland), Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand
  • King's Schools, a private Christian school in North Seattle, United States
  • King's School, Bruton, Somerset
  • King's School Ottery St. Mary, Devon
  • The King's School, Basingstoke, Hampshire
  • The King's School, Grantham, Lincolnshire
  • The King's School, Harpenden, Hertfordshire
  • The King's School, Macclesfield, Cheshire
  • The King's School, Nottingham
  • The King's School, Plymouth
  • The King's School, Pontefract, West Yorkshire
  • The King's School, Tynemouth, Tyne and Wear
  • The King's School, Witney, Oxfordshire
  • The King's C.E. School, Wolverhampton
  • Kings' School, Winchester, Hampshire
  • King's School Senior, Fair Oak, Hampshire
  • Kings School of English, a group of private English Language Schools
  • "The King's School" most often refers to one of the seven schools established, or re-endowed and renamed, by King Henry VIII in 1541 during the Dissolution of the Monasteries, to pray for his soul:
    • The King's School, Canterbury
    • The King's School, Chester
    • The King's School, Ely
    • The King's School, Gloucester
    • The King's School, Peterborough
    • The King's School, Rochester
    • The King's School, Worcester

Formerly known as King's College:

  • Columbia University was known as King's College in the colonial-era
  • University of Toronto was known as King's College from 1843 to 1850
  • University of New Brunswick was originally named King's College
  • Oriel College, Oxford was known as King's College from about 1326 to 1526

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