With a reputation for excellent teaching in a friendly environment, you will find that the School of Medicine at King’s is the first choice for hundreds of potential undergraduates every year. Our students benefit from innovative curricula taught by internationally renowned staff at an institution that combines teaching and research at some of the country’s most famous hospital campuses: Guy’s, King’s College and St Thomas’ Hospitals. There couldn’t be a more exciting time to join us. We are working closer than ever before with our NHS partners and in 2008 created King’s Health Partners, one of the UK’s first five accredited Academic Health Science Centres.
PROGRAMMES OF STUDY
King’s College London is the largest provider of healthcare training in Europe. The provision for undergraduates in the School of Medicine includes the MBBS – one of the longest established medical degrees in the UK – and top-rated nutrition, dietetics and physiotherapy programmes.
King’s is committed to increasing the diversity of its entrants. There are several routes into the MBBS programme to accommodate a wide variety of candidates with different educational experiences and backgrounds. Each programme varies in length and entry requirements.
As well as the MBBS degree, the School offers two undergraduate programmes for health professionals: the Nutrition & Dietetics BSc and Physiotherapy BSc. We also run a science programme: the Nutrition BSc. The Nutrition & Dietetics and Physiotherapy programmes lead to registration with the Health Professions Council, enabling graduates to practise. Meanwhile, the Nutrition programme is accredited by the Association for Nutrition, allowing graduates to apply for direct entry to the
UK Voluntary Register of Nutritionists.
From the earliest stages, students learn to work as healthcare professionals through
King’s innovative interprofessional education programme, which includes dietetics,
physiotherapy, medical, nursing and midwifery and pharmacy students.
School of Medicine
Student Admissions Office
020 7848 6501/6502
020 7848 6510
King's College London
London SE1 1UL
Undergraduate students: 2,152
Graduate taught students: 321
Graduate research students: 284
Students admitted to Medicine MBBS: 415
International student intake for Medicine MBBS: 30
Applicants per offer for Medicine MBBS: 12
Students admitted to Graduate/Professional Entry: 24
Applicants per offer for Graduate/Professional Entry: 40
Students admitted to Maxfax Entry: 4
Applicants per offer for Maxfax: 4