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USA offer holders

We understand it’s an unsettling time for all of our offer holders at the moment and we’re working to address concerns and confirm important decisions about the next academic year. In the meantime, there’s so much to look forward to as you continue your journey to King’s.

London is a diverse, welcoming city with over 400,000 students from more than 250 countries. By joining King’s you’ll become part of our global community.

To help you with your next steps, we’ve put together some useful information and guidance below:


Explore the content below for USA offer holders

Watch a webinar

Watch a webinar

Join one of our webinars, Q&A sessions or watch a replay below.



Find out more about funding for US students.


Online offer holder sessions for US students

Join an online event with our Senior International Officer for the Americas to hear about your next steps, key information on visas and life at King’s for USA students. You can also get your questions answered in the live Q&A.

Choose a date below and register now. If you can’t make any of the dates, watch the adjacent video.


Online offer holder sessions for Study Abroad students

Choose a date below and register now. If you can’t make any of the dates, please watch our USA offer holder webinar above.

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Hear from Ashley, International Relations MA alumni

'For me, the decision to study at King’s ultimately came down to two factors: I could live in London and get to experience everything the city had to offer, and I could study within the Department of War Studies, a totally unique academic department with the exact focus and interdisciplinary approach I was looking for.

The number one thing King’s did to help prepare me for my career was to connect me to an amazing network of alumni who all love King’s and are so excited to help their fellow alumni with anything, professional or extra-curricular. This network is available not only within the UK, but extends to all over the world.'


Hear from Arturo, a Biochemistry BSc student

'I chose to study at King's as the community offered a lot. As a Houstonian, I’ve always loved a diverse and vibrant community. With its multitude of societies and very diverse student body, King’s had exactly what I was looking for. Now that I am a student at King’s, I do not regret my decision. My classes are engaging, I’m studying exactly what I want (all classes which are relevant to my interests and my degree), and I’m living in one of the most interesting cities in the world.

London is an amazing city with so much to offer. Whether you want an amazing nightlife, tons of culture, or incredible food from every corner of the world, you can find all of this in London. Choosing to travel abroad to study at university is an amazing experience and I would seriously consider it if you enjoy new experiences and different cultures.'


Hear from Anna, English Language & Literature BA alumni

'King's was a natural choice for me as I wanted to study in the UK at an internationally recognised institution. King’s has a terrific global reputation with world-renowned research, faculty, and alumni and has a large international student population. I really fell in love with King’s whilst touring universities and thought the campus was the best! You can’t beat having the Strand, the Maughan Library, Bush House, and The River Thames as your campus.

During my time at King's I was able take part in many internships at some great companies in the media industry. This as due to help from the King's Careers & Employability team and because I was already in London so could attend industry and networking events. I interned at magazines like NME and Glamour and publishing companies like Penguin Random House. By the time I graduated, I had built up a good amount of experience and felt very prepared for my job search.'


Hear from Hannah, Classical Art and Archaeology MA student

'I chose to study at King’s for a variety of reasons, these included the intercollegiate nature of my Classics course, the esteemed professors of the Classics Department, the central London location, and the wide variety of resources, museums, jobs, and opportunities that I have access to at King’s. I wanted a course that would be interdisciplinary, be small enough so I could connect with professors and other students, and yet have all the resources of a large research university – King’s was the absolute best choice for this.

My favorite part about living in London is always having somewhere new to explore, whether it’s a market, a fancy library, a museum, a street fair, a pretty neighborhood, or a high street you haven’t visited before. I love to walk everywhere I possibly can! There is so much good food, and so much to constantly see and soak in – with so many different boroughs, neighborhoods, and areas of London, it’s hard to get bored.'


Funding for US offer holders


King's will start processing requests for Federal Student Aid loans for the 2020-21 academic year from June onwards. In the meantime, information about the process for the 2019 academic year can be found on the link below. The Federal School Code for King's College London is G09085.


The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN) has recently announced a range of Master’s scholarships for 2020 entry, with awards ranging from £1000 to £5000. For more information, please visit the link below.


Join our official offer holder groups on social media

Keep connected and join the official King’s Instagram group for 2020 offer holders.

Take part in our regular Q&As with current students and King’s staff, meet your fellow classmates from around the world and learn more about life at King’s.