On Friday 13 April, King's invited UCAS offer-holders to a special event at our Student Union to experience life as a student at King's. The night featured a range of performances by King's students and up-and-coming acts, and offered offer-holders the chance to spend the evening getting to know fellow students.
A film project by King's students Kate Billows, Jack Caba, Jess Prestidge and Tom Thorpe following fellow students Barry, Katie and Chris on an average day as a King's student.
King's is a great place to study and London is a fabulous city to live in. The next few weeks are going to be exciting, challenging, and sometimes confusing.
But at King's, there are a wide range of services designed to help you get the most out of your time here.
This film provides a brief overview of the services on offer and how you can access them.
Watch All the King's Men, King's male a capella student society, performing at the world famous Edinburgh Festival 2011.
Students and academics discuss the benefits of living and studying in London.
Video: Acapella music group All the King's Men, theatrical group the King's Players, and King's Netball explain the benefits of getting involved with the many clubs and societies at King's and offer advice on how to make the most of all the opportunities available outside the classroom to students.
The King's sports teams, divided into KCL and KCLMS (King's College London Medical Schools) competed in a number of different sports to determine who would win the prestigious annual Macadam Cup competition. Find out who emerged victorious and catch up on a day of great sporting action.
European Studies student Charlotte Pywell tells us about her experience studying abroad for a year in Paris.
Offer-holders at King's College London spend an evening in King's College London Students' Union's prestigious night venue Tutu's. There they are treated to a night of magic, live music, dancing and comedy.
The KCL Charity Diwali Show is a voluntary, non-profit organization established to promote the hidden talent of the student population within London whilst raising money for a few selectively chosen charities.
Musically gifted students from across King's College London have been hard at work after their exams recording a series of tracks to celebrate an exciting year of music at King's.
All the King's Men - the male a'capella group at King's College London - talk about their passion for music backstage at a recent show.
All the King's Men - the male a'capella group at King's College London - perform alongside the Cornell Hangovers at their Homecoming Show in the Great Hall on 20 March 2011.
King's Afro-Caribbean Society discuss the events they organise for students to promote African and Caribbean culture, including their annual Culture Shock show, which will be held in the Greenwood Theatre, Guy's Campus on 17 and 18 February 2011.
King's European Society discuss the events they organise for students interested in European affairs, politics and culture. This includes European Week, which this year runs from 31 January to 4 February 2011.
King's Malaysian-Singaporean Society talk about their annual show - one of many events the society organises to celebrate Malaysian and Singaporean culture amongst students at King's College London.