Frequently Asked Questions

King’s Speakers Club is a society at King’s College London that provides a platform for our members that will help you hone your public speaking skills using a unique format in a non-judgmental environment.

On the top of this page, you can find a ‘Become A Member’ button that will redirect you to the KCLSU page where you can purchase your free membership. If you are a King’s student, then purchase the Standard Membership. If not, go for the Associate Membership.

King’s Speakers Club is always open to new members. We welcome non-members too. However, we prefer that you to purchase the Associate Membership if you are planning on attending regularly, and you are not a King’s student.

Not at all. Due to the pandemic, all our activities and events for 2020 will be online. You are welcome to attend regardless of where you are.

We would love to stay in touch with you, and the best way is through our weekly and monthly newsletters. You can provide us your email through the Contact page on this site, or through any of our social media pages. King’s Speakers Club will never share your email with anyone.

Our meetings for 2020 will take place on Microsoft Teams. The link will be posted on all our social media pages, and will also be sent in our weekly email.

We host weekly meetings every Monday/Tuesday at 5pm BST/GMT for the first three weeks of every month. We do not meet on the last week of a month. If this time is not feasible for you, get in touch with us so we can find a solution.

Not at all. King’s Speakers Club is open to people with any level of confidence in public speaking. If you are a beginner, this is the perfect place to improve your skill and confidence. If you have prior experience, then you can practise with our interesting topics.

Sure. Like we said, we provide a non-judgemental platform. While listening is a crucial skill, we encourage you to participate to hone this crucial skill of public speaking.

We will have our regular meetings, collaborations with other societies and universities, external speakers, sessions with sponsors and of course, fun socials. Keep an eye out on our social media pages.