If you are interested in coming to King's, you should apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) and apply online via the UCAS website (click on 'apply'). If you are applying through a school or college, you will need to obtain a 'buzzword' from the centre you are applying through. Alternatively, you can apply as an individual, independent of a school or college. Please see the UCAS website for instructions. The UCAS institution code name for King's is KCL, and the institution code is K60.
There are a few programmes which require direct application to King's, this will be stated above.
If you have already applied to King’s, in addition to using UCAS Track to keep up-to-date with your progress and reply to any offers (if your application is through UCAS), you can use King’s myApplication
portal to check for messages regarding your application. You can use myApplication to find out if you’ve been invited for interview, view details of your offer and contact the King’s admissions team, as well as to find information about applying for accommodation and the points-based visa system.
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SELECTION PROCEDURE (Department of Philosophy)
The Department of Philosophy does not normally interview applicants, other than applicants with relevant life experience. Offers are made from November onwards on the basis of actual and predicted grades at A-level, in the International Baccalaureate or other equivalent examinations, and on other information contained in the UCAS form. Everyone to whom an offer is made is invited to an open day in March when they can meet members of the department.
Please refer to the UCAS website for application deadline dates, or contact the relevant Admissions Office for further advice.
If your course requires you to apply directly to King's, or through another alternative route, please refer to the selection procedure text and use the 'Apply' button to the left to access the application form/further details.
Fees & funding
For information on fees and funding for undergraduate programmes at King's go to http://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/ug/funding/index.aspx
Year of entry 2014