Corporate Social Responsibility

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King's International University takes great pride in ensuring that it is embracing responsibility and encouraging a positive impact through the University's activities related to the environment, students, employees, local and global communities, and other stakeholders.

The University seeks to contribute towards its corporate social responsibility through philanthropic efforts, employee volunteering, and student volunteering. The University sees this as a core way to not only integrate its motto within the community but uses it as another opportunity to empower people through its activities.

King's International University is proud to be a partner of "Save Girl Child" Organisation which is a Non Profit Organisation that has been working closely with empowering the literacy and promoting their true value in society for the women and the girl child more importantly on a global scale.

King's International University has established a "Business Incubator Cell". The main purpose of this department is to ensure that it can help locals obtain formal qualifications so that they are able to successfully operate and establish their business. The University will where feasible assist and enable infrastructural support towards the realisation of this operation.