Evening & Saturday Language Courses
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- Saturday courses 07/10/23 – 09/12/23, replacement Saturday 16 December
- Standard & Intensive courses start week 09/10/23 - end week 11/12/23, replacement classes tbc with students, week 18/12/23 or in January 24
Good Friday 29/03/24
- Saturday courses 20/01/24 - 23/03/24, replacement Saturday 06/04/24 or 13/04/24
- Standard courses start week 22/01/24 - end week 25/03/24, replacement classes tbc with students, week 08/04/24 - or week 15/04/24
- Continuing Intensive starts week 15/01/22 - end week 12/02/24
- Winter intensive, continuing levels 2 parts 1, starts week 26/02/24 ends week 25/03/24, replacement classes tbc with students, week 08/04/24 - or week 15/04/24
- Winter intensive level 1 parts 1, starts week 26/02/24 ends week 25/03/24, replacement classes tbc with students, week 08/04/24 - or week 15/04/24
2 bank holidays in May.
- Saturday courses start 20 April – end 06/07/2Standard courses start 22 April - end week 24/06/24 Monday classes end 08/07/24
- Intensive courses continuing parts 2 start 2; 02/04/24 end 20/05/24
- Monday classes end 03/06/24
- Intensive courses continuing levels parts 2; start 22/04/24 end 20/05/24
- Monday classes end week 03/06/24
- Intensive courses, continuing levels parts 3, starts week 03/06/24 - ends week 01/07/24
- Intensive courses continuing parts 2 start 22/04/24 end 20/05/24
- Monday classes end 03/06/24
- Monday classes start week 17/06/24 end week 15/07/24
- June Intensive courses 5 weeks on campus/online week 10/06/24 - 08/07/24
- One week on campus 08/07/24 to 12/07/24 10:00-13:00
If your class is taught online you will not require a student card, if your class is taught on campus you will be issued with a LC student card, details will be emailed to you before the commencement of your course on where and when to collect it.
Access. Your LC Student Card gives you access to the campus your course is taught on, the Language Resources Centre (based at Strand Campus) and all King's libraries. The card does not grant you access to NUS discounts or discounts and benefits offered to King's degree students.
Lost card. Should you lose your card you will need to request a replacement. There is a £10 replacement fee. Please visit the King's eStore and complete the payment. Once this is done, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to advise us that you have completed the payment and we can organise for you to collect your new card.
King's student status. You do not acquire full King’s College London student status by enrolling on or attending an Evening, Saturday or Summer Language Course. You will be issued with an ID card by the fourth class of your course (second class for Saturday Language Courses and 5 week Evening Language Courses). Note that no ID card will be issued for courses that are only of one weekend in duration. You will also be granted access to the virtual learning environment at King’s and you are entitled to use open access facilities at King’s. Note that this ID card is solely for use by you and will be confiscated if it is misused. However, you are not entitled to use other services provided for King’s College London students.
LC students can transfer to a different group, time, course or campus, dependent on space on the course.You are only able to transfer to a course that begins in the same week and duration as the course you are currently enrolled on. Please contact email@example.com