Immigration & visa advice
King’s College London offers advice and guidance on immigration matters to current and prospective students and staff, and to their immediate dependants. We are unable to advise on matters relating to asylum or applications for permanent residence in the UK, but will help identify appropriate sources of help.
If you are a new student applying for a visa in your home country please see our advice on Applying for Entry Clearance under Tier 4.
Student Advisers are the only members of staff at the College authorised to give immigration advice.
Advice is offered free of charge and without discrimination. We operate within the Code of Ethics for those advising international students devised by UKCISA: the UK Council for International Student Affairs and the Association of International Student Advisers.
The Student Advisers run group workshops throughout the year about various options available to you such as how to stay and work in the UK after your studies and how to extend your student visa in the UK. Information on these events will be advertised on our news page.
The government makes changes to the immigration rules and procedures on a regular basis, so it is important that you check the current guidance and rules when applying for a visa. For further information visit UKCISA and the UK Border Agency websites.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information herein, King's College London can accept no responsibility for errors or omissions.
King's College London is not responsible for the content or reliability of the linked websites and does not necessarily endorse the views expressed within.