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Kings College London

Kings College Scholarship London is a Scholarship scheme offered by Kings College, a school located in the heart of London. It has a comfortable, safe residence located close to the school for easier accessibility. There are also varieties of extra-curricular activities and tourist sites open to all students.

Undergraduate courses

If you are interested in doing your undergraduate study at Kings College but are currently with a result not up to the level of UK A levels, it is compulsory for you to complete the King’s International Foundation. If you meet with the admission criteria, you could then, proceed for your undergraduate choice of course.

If your school offers the UK recognized national diploma or you have taken A levels, IB, APs, or SATs in your country, it is compulsory that you make an online application for your admission via Universities and College Admissions Service (UCAS).

For the undergraduate courses, there are so many options to choose from.

How to apply

There are different procedures to apply to study at King’s College, London, depending on the programme level you are interested in.

For undergraduate international entry requirements, meeting the minimum entry requirement alone is not a guarantee for a successful offer for admission. This is due to the competitive nature of the application process.

There is a regular entry requirements reviews conducted at the beginning of each academic year. Exact entry requirements vary by course. There are certain compulsory grades or subjects specified, depending on the course.

For non-countries, the following are required of the students:

  • Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE).
  • Advanced Placement, ACTS, and SATs
  • European Baccalaureate
  • International A-levels. This is equivalent to GCE A-levels on a grade-per-grade basis.

For English language entry requirements, you are required to provide a certification that proves your competence in English. This is to prove that you can communicate effectively in English language in an academic environment. The only exception is if the university is satisfied with your past academic record which shows that you can study and communicate effectively in English language.

The level of English language required of you is dependent on the programme the applicant applied for. Your current IELTS scores must meet the requirement of your programme.

For all full-time undergraduate courses, all applicants must apply online through the University and Colleges Admission Services (UCAS). The ‘Apply’ button would allow you to apply to the university and required courses. The maximum number of courses is five. There is a central tracking system provided by the school for following your application process. The school also provides an account for their own supplementary tracking and messaging system called Kings Apply.

The Kings Apply helps you to see the offer details, check if you have been invited for an interview, apply for accommodation, and learn about the ‘points-based’ visa system.

After the application, you will be sent a username and password to access the school page.

Aside from UCAS, the applicant could apply through his/her school or as an individual.

The application process begins from the 1st of September and the deadline is 15th January. For those applying for Medicine or Dentistry, the application deadline is usually on the 15th October prior to the entry year. Any application received prior to the deadline is considered late.


  1. Research and Innovation
  2. Law
  3. Pharmacology
  4. Dentistry
  5. Physiotherapy
  6. Physics
  7. Chemistry
  8. Ancient History
  9. Medicine
  10. Medical Physiology
  11. Molecular Genetics
  12. Computer Science
  13. Classical Archeology
  14. Economics and Management
  15. Mathematics
  16. Neuroscience
  17. Philosophy
  18. Liberal Arts and Social Science
  19. International Management
  20. Biomedical Engineering
  21. Accounting and Finance
  22. History and Political Economy
  23. History and Modern Languages
  24. English language and Linguistics
  25. Anatomy, Developmental and Human Biology
  26. Biochemistry
  27. English
  28. Geography
  29. Digital Culture
  30. Global Health and Social Medicine,
  31. Nursing Studies
  32. French, among others.

Fees and Funding

The annual tuition fees for 2020/21 academic year is £9,250 for UK students and £26,700 for international students. All international students are expected to pay £2000 in addition to the tuition fees.

In addition to the tuition fee, students are also expected to pay for books, clothing, library fees, personal photocopies, printing handouts, transcription costs, society membership fees, stationery, travel and graduation costs.

Postgraduate studies

The entry requirements are the same as those of the undergraduates’.

There are two courses offered to postgraduate students: Taught courses and Research courses

To apply for Taught and Research courses

  1. Choose your courses
  2. Review entry requirements
  3. Check tuition fees
  4. Submit application
  5. Track your application.

Tuition fees

Tuition fees are not available yet.

Scholarships and Bursary

  1. Tynybedw Law Bursary – £28000
  2. King’s Living Bursary – up to £1600
  3. Care Leaver and Estranged Bursary – up to £1000 per year
  4. School of Global Affairs Hardship Fund — 1 award of £1000 per term

We’ve got an extensive list of Kings Scholarship – see below scholarship and click for further details on particular scholarship opportunities