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Governance, Policies & Procedures

King's College London produces a wide range of corporate documents to ensure that the university is effectively managed in accordance with its Charter and Statutes, legal requirements and standards of best practice.

Policy Hub is a central repository for policies, procedures and other key documents which determine the governance of the university. In the interests of transparency and accountability, all content within Policy Hub is publicly available. For queries regarding university policies and procedures, please email



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Academic Regulations ensure the academic integrity of the university and form the framework for the student academic experience, including learning, teaching and assessment.

Policy outlining university processes to ensure fair, transparent and consistent admissions practices.

Policy outlining how applicants to the university can make a complaint regarding the university's admissions processes or services.

Policy outlining King's College London's stance on applicant misconduct.

Statement outlining the university's commitment to offer support to students who are members of the UK Armed Forces.


Policy outlining the university’s commitment to preventing and effectively addressing bullying and harassment.


King's Community Charter was developed jointly by King's College London and King's College London Students Union (KCLSU) and lays out the shared foundations of our community.

Policy outlining university processes for considering and investigating complaints from students.

Policy and procedure on collection and consideration of applicant criminal record disclosures as part of university admissions processes.


Policy and procedure to ensure processes following the death of a current student are as effective and sensitive as possible to both the family of the deceased and peers within the university community.

Guidelines for students to ensure online interactions and communications are enjoyable and conductive to a successful learning environment.

Policy outlining the university's position on student misuse of drugs and alcohol, including support for drug/alcohol dependency and the availability of support and advice.


King's Education Strategy is part of articulating the path towards the university's Strategic Vision 2029.


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The King’s Academic Manual includes academic regulations, policies and procedures applicable to all King’s College London taught and research students enrolled on a programme of study in 2023/24, including programmes delivered by King’s Online and King’s International Foundations, free-standing credit bearing modules and credit-bearing MOOCs


Guidance on document types within Policy Hub.