King’s College London is one of the Top 20 universities in the world in QS International World Rankings (2013/14) and Sunday Times number 1 in Graduate Employability (2012/13). A member of the Russell Group (UK's top 20 research universities), it is a research led University located in the heart of London. We have an outstanding reputation for providing world-class teaching and outstanding research. King’s has over 26000 students from 140 countries. We have over 250 students currently studying at King’s from India.
King’s College London has played a major role in many of the advances that have shaped modern life, such as the discovery of the structure of DNA, and it is now the largest centre for the education of doctors, dentists and other healthcare professionals in Europe.
Dr Melissa Nisbett, Senior Lecturer in Arts and Cultural Management, Faculty of Life Arts & Humanities at Kings College London is visiting SI-UK Delhi.
Dr Nisbett’s career to date has combined academia with arts administration. She has taught cultural policy and arts management at postgraduate level for seven years, drawing upon her professional experience within the cultural sector. Melissa has worked in arts management for ten years, most recently as a freelance consultant and a trustee. Her research interests focus on cultural policy, arts management and the sociology of culture. She is particularly interested in the politics of policy-making and the impact of policy on cultural organisations, namely museums and galleries.
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