The School of Medicine holds Open Days for prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students. These events give you the opportunity to find out more about our programmes of study, look around our campuses and get a feel of life at King’s.
The events are usually attended by programme leaders as well as staff from the Student Funding Office, Accommodation Services, Information Services & Systems, Careers Service and more. We also offer guided campus tours and opportunities for you to speak individually with staff and current students.
Postgraduate Pre-application Open Evenings
King's College London has a range of exciting taught postgraduate programmes designed to give you the advanced knowledge and skills to take your career forward in science, research, industry or academia. Our next School-wide open day will be held in the autumn, details will be released nearer the time.
Clinical Transfer Open Days
The School held an open day for prospective students from Oxbridge at our Guy's Campus on Wednesday 13th November 2013. The programme included short presentations about studying at King's and information on our clinical partners, an opportunity to talk to current Oxbridge transfer students as well as other MBBS students, and a tour of the facilities.
View the programme from the day.
Undergraduate Pre-Application Open Days
Our undergraduate pre-application Open Days for 2015 entry will be held on:
Saturday 7 June 2014
Saturday 12 July 2014
Pre-registration for these events is open now. Sign up
Undergraduate Post-Offer Open Days
All our offer holder open days have now taken place for 2014 entry. Videos from the MBBS/EMDP open days can be viewed on our dedicated offer holder web pages.
Other ways to visit us
Campus Tours: Current students take you on a guided tour of King’s Campuses every Wednesday and Friday afternoon at 13.30. You can easily book a place online at your earliest convenience.
Self-guided Tours: Students can conduct a self-guided tour of the campus, Monday-Friday 09.00-17.00. Simply download the tour notes or go to the reception desk where you can collect a map and notes on the campus. You can also arrange a visit to a specific Department and/or to the Library.
Virtual Tour: A good way of taking a peek at the campus and accommodation if you are not able to visit in person.