Browser does not support script.
Study in London
How to apply
Please pay attention to the following module information:
Please kindly remind your students that if they are nominated under a particular departmental exchange, they must take at least half of their modules from that department. Students nominated under a modern language are permitted to choose modules from any of our modern language departments.
English (Literature): Students nominated under specific English (Literature) department agreements or Literature majors from other exchange partners will be prioritised for modules within the English Department in the first instance.Subject to availability, modules will then be offered to non-Literature majors from all exchange partners during our module amendment period. Fee-paying students will not be permitted to register for English Literature modules.Postgraduate modules in English are only open to postgraduate students nominated under English or Comparative Literature specific agreements.
European and International Studies (EIS): Level 6 modules are prioritised for students from specific exchange partners (see individual module catalogue pages for details) in the first instance. Subject to availability, level 6 modules will then be offered to Politics/IR/Social Sciences major students during our module amendment period. Postgraduate modules in EIS are only open to postgraduate students nominated under EIS specific agreements.
Film (new addition for semester 2 2023/24): Students nominated under specific Film department agreements as well as Film/Cinema theory major students from other exchange partners will be prioritised for modules within the Film Department in the first instance. Subject to availability, modules will then be offered to non-Film major exchange students in our module amendment period. Fee-paying students will not be permitted to register for Film modules. Please note that we do not count practical film-making modules towards our eligibility criteria - all relevant modules must be theory based.
Global Health & Social Medicine (GHSM): Exchange students from the University of Oslo, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the University of Melbourne, National University of Singapore, Western University, Cornell University or York University, as well as fee-paying students, will be prioritised for modules within the GHSM Department. Subject to availability, modules will then be offered to other exchange students in our module amendment period.
History: Students nominated under specific History department agreements will be prioritised for modules within the History Department in the first instance, however all exchange students are welcome to request these modules. Subject to availability, History modules will then be offered to fee-paying students, subject to availability, during our amendment period. Please note there is no guarantee that fee-paying students will be able to register for History modules.Postgraduate modules in History are only open to postgraduate students nominated under History specific agreements.
Informatics: Computer Science majors from École Polytechnique, University of Hong Kong, University of Melbourne, Monash University, National University of Singapore, University of Toronto, University of California, UNC Chapel Hill, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Université Catholique de Lille will be prioritised for modules within the Informatics Department but will initially be registered on a maximum of two modules from the Informatics Department.Subject to availability, modules will then be offered to Computer Science majors from all exchange partners during our module amendment period. Fee-paying students will not be permitted to register for Informatics modules.Postgraduate modules in Informatics are only open to postgraduate students nominated under Informatics specific agreements.
Law: Modules marked as Law only are only open to students specifically registered on a Law programme (LLB, BA Law or equivalent, not Legal Studies). Modules marked as available to non-Law students are open to students on other social sciences degrees such as Legal Studies, as well as Law or Business, depending on the module focus.
Psychology: Modules from the Psychology Department (outside of the Biosciences catalogue) are only open to full-year students, with prior approval from the Psychology Department which is granted on a case-by-case basis. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Students should be aware of these restrictions when applying to King’s in the first instance, as well as whether or not we actually offer modules in their major to avoid disappointment. Students will be advised how and when to apply for modules if they are not in the initial priority groups.
Nomination Dates and Deadlines 2023/24
Please see our dates and deadlines page
After you have submitted nominations for your exchange students, your nominated students need to apply online here (they will receive a direct email from us). The Admissions team at King's admits students on a rolling basis, so students should be encouraged to get this process started as soon as possible after applications open.
Help on the application process can be found on our 'How to apply' webpage or by contacting the Admissions Team via King's Apply. Please also advise your students to read our Study Abroad Application Guidance Notes on the above webpage too!
If a student is not being nominated by their home university to study abroad at King's as part of an exchange partnership in place between our universities, they should simply apply online before the deadlines for "all other Study Abroad applications" on our Key Dates page.
Application deadlines and semester dates for students
Find out how to apply to study abroad at King's College London.
Information on entry requirements for entry to King's College London Study Abroad Programmes.