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Pre-registration applicants (UCAS)

How to apply

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If you are thinking about applying to join us at King's on one of our pre-registration nursing or midwifery programmes here are the next steps.

If you are already a registered nurse or midwife, have a look at our post qualification pages

Application stages

 
 1. Join us at an open day or taster event
 2. Apply via UCAS 
 3.  Write your personal statement
 4.  If you are successful, you will be invited to attend a Selection Event for your numeracy and literacy tests and a Multiple Mini Interview (MMI).

Our pre-registration programmes

Applications for our pre-registration nursing and midwifery programmes are processed via UCAS where King’s has been given institution code K60.

You can find more details about all our programmes on our online prospectus

Undergraduate Programmes (pre-registration)

Apply via UCAS for these undergraduate programmes (pre-registration)
Programme Title Qualification Study Mode UCAS Code 
Midwifery Studies with registration  BSc Full Time   B720
Nursing Studies with registration -Adult Nursing  BSc Full Time   B740
Nursing Studies with registration -Children's Nursing  BSc  Full Time  B730
Nursing Studies with registration -Mental Health Nursing  BSc  Full Time  B760

Graduate entry Programmes (pre-registration)

If you are applying for graduate entry nursing or midwifery programme, you will need to complete an RP(E)L claim form.

Apply via UCAS for these graduate entry programmes
ProgrammeQualificationStudy ModeUCAS Code
Nursing with registration (graduate entry) Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) Full Time B741 – Adult branch
B731 – Child branch
B761 – Mental Health branch. 
 Midwifery with registration (graduate entry) Postgraduate Diploma (Pg Dip) Full Time B721 - applicants must be qualified adult branch nurses on the NMC Register who wish to become registered midwives.

MyApplication Portal

Once you have applied via UCAS, you will be sent an email containing your password to access MyApplication. 

The King's King's Apply portal will track the progress of your application. All communication takes place via the Portal, including if you are invited to a Selection Day and if any changes are made on your application, such as a decision. You can also use MyApplication to contact the Admissions Team.

If you do not received your password please email the Admissions Team at prospective@kcl.ac.uk quoting your UCAS personal ID number and the course you have applied for.

 

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