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Welcome to
King's College

Reflect on your own journey in academia. What are the key areas of expertise you have developed over time? How did these areas come to be your specialisation and how do they inform your current research interests?
Replacing house foundations is necessary for safety and stability, and similarly, regularly examining and assessing the foundation of our beliefs is crucial for maintaining a strong and meaningful community.

Learning the Eye

This Nut Suwanna video, “Learning the Eye” reveals the non-conformist aspects of Thai art, culture, and intelligence, which are unique among Southeast Asians. 

The paradigm in higher education has shifted. I sense it's time to open up to new approaches that use play and sacred spaces where time meets with interest and skill... This is where we want to award students and recognise genius. It's not intuitive at all to do it this way in education since the switches and controls are in the hands of the student not the teacher. Sometimes what you expect isn't there and you have make do until you find your way around.

Every soul is ordained
for greatness.

And every community can bless God and flourish. If you use your unique gifts and talents, you will excel and inspire others to become leaders who serve in the same way.

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According to Scripture, life can be divided into seven seasons. The first decade is about discovery, and each subsequent decade brings different outcomes: serving others in your 20s, learning in your 30s, encouraging others in your 40s, re-evaluating priorities in your 50s, leading in your 60s, and showing compassion in your 70s. 




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Why King's College?

The Thin Red Line has become an English language figure of speech for any thinly spread military unit holding firm against attack. The phrase has also taken on the metaphorical meaning of the barrier which the relatively limited armed forces of a country present to potential attackers. In the context of the 2020 pivot if the COVID months, the transitions included over 500 broadcast hours in the establishment of the College of Pastors.​

::: ::: Guidelines on the use of A.I.  ::: :::

Principle: A.I. is the "Guide at your side" not, the "Sage on the stage".


Follow these universally recognised principles in academic work: 

Use of Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) Tools 


The use of generative AI tools (e.g. ChatGPT, Dall-e, Notion, etc.) is permitted in this course for the following activities:

  • Brainstorming and refining your ideas;

  • Finding information on your topic (but, it may generate incomplete, inaccurate, or false information);

  • Checking grammar and style.


The use of generative AI tools is not permitted in this course for the following

  • Writing a draft of a writing assignment.

  • Writing entire sentences, paragraphs or papers to complete class assignments.

  • Completing group work that your group has assigned to you.


**Each student is expected to complete each assignment without substantive assistance from others, including automated tools. See the ‘Academic Integrity’ in your Student Handbook (2024).

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