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Freedom Of Information

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 gives the public a general right of access to the recorded information held by all UK public authorities, including King’s College London. The Act is designed to promote openness across the public sector.

King’s is committed to openness and we proactively publish a lot of information about the College and its activities on our website. If the information you are looking for isn’t on the web you will need to make an access request. For details visit our freedom of information (FOI) requests page.

Guidance and support

The College has a Freedom of Information Policy, which includes details of the appeals process.
If you're unable to find an answer to your query online please do contact us. If you do not receive an official acknowledgement of your request within 2 working days, please follow up with us as soon as possible, as it may mean we have not received your request.  

Disclosure log

King’s routinely publishes information about the FOI requests that we have recieved and how we have responded to them in our disclosure log. Visit the log to search or browse through past requests.

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