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Dates and Deadlines 2020/21

Key dates for 2020/21

Dates and deadlines

 Full year  Autumn Spring

Study Abroad 'Health & Society' applications

31 January - 1 March

31 January - 1 March

1 September - 30 September

Study Abroad Exchange programme applications 

31 January - 31 March

31 January - 31 March

1 September - 31 October

All other Study Abroad applications 

31 January - 1 March*

31 January - 1 March*

1 September - 30 September* 

Accommodation applications

January - May TBC

January - May TBC

November - December TBC

Accommodation move-in date

19/20 September 

19/20 September

9/10 January 

Orientation / January exam period for Full Year students

21 September   

21 September

11 January

Semester (teaching) begins

28 September

28 September

15 January

Semester ends

4 June**

18 December

4 June**

Accommodation move-out date

26 June***

9 January***

26 June***

Nomination period

15 January - 15 March

15 January - 15 March

15 August - 15 September

  

*Please note that applications submitted before the deadline which fulfil our entry requirements are not guaranteed to be offered a place; they may be made unsuccessful due to limited capacity on our Study Abroad programmes.

**Please note that students are expected to remain in London up until (and including) the last day of the examination period. Alternative assessment will not be offered to students who wish to leave London before this date.

***If staying in a King's residence, please note that contracts run up until these dates and must be paid for in full, even if you depart earlier. 

Accommodation advice

If you wish to arrive earlier than the official move in date, please contact the residence to which you have been allocated to make enquiries; bookings will be subject to availability. If you intend to arrive after the official move-in date, please ensure you advise your residence of your intended arrival date in advance.

Please note that the second semester (Spring) is longer than the first semester (Autumn) because it is linked to the Examinations term. Students are expected to be in attendance for the whole period. This is particularly important to note in relation to accommodation contracts and fees.

 

 

How to Apply

Applying

Find out how to apply to study abroad at King's College London.