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Undergraduate Virtual Open Week | 20-25 July 2020

You don’t need to visit us on campus to get a feel for King’s! As an alternative to our on-campus open days, we’re running a week-long online event with popular open day talks, from Monday 20 to Saturday 25 July 2020. Attend a whole host of sessions from the comfort of your own home including:

· Subject sessions
· Applying & personal statement talks
· Accommodation talks
· Student Services sessions and Q&As
· Dedicated parents & carers talks
· Social media Q&As with current students

Virtual open week 20-25 July 2020
  

Build your own schedule: what to attend

  

Arts & sciences subject events with academics and current students

Degrees to make a difference
Degrees to make a difference talk | 21 Jul 11:00-11:45 (BST)

Economics
Introduction to Economics BSc | 20 Jul 12:00-12:45 (BST)
Economics Q&A | 20 Jul 13:00-14:30 (BST)

English Language & Linguistics
Introduction to English Language & Linguistics | 23 Jul 12:00-12:45 (BST)
English Language & Linguistics Q&A | 23 Jul 13:00-14:30 (BST)

European Studies & Politics
Introduction to European Studies & Politics | 20 Jul 14:00-14:45 (BST)
European Studies & Politics Q&A | 20 Jul 16:00-17:30 (BST)

Geography
Introduction to Geography | 22 Jul 14:00-15:00 (BST)
Degrees to make a difference talk | 21 Jul 11:00-11:45 (BST)
Geography Q&A | 22 Jul 16:00-17:30 (BST)

Global Health & Social Medicine
Introduction to Global Health & Social Medicine | 22 Jul 12:00-12:45 (BST)
Degrees to make a difference talk | 21 Jul 11:00-11:45 (BST)
Global Health & Social Medicine Q&A | 22 Jul 13:00-14:30 (BST)

International Development
Introduction to International Development | 20 Jul 15:00-15:45 (BST)
International Development Q&A | 20 Jul 16:00-17:30 (BST)

International Relations
Introduction to International Relations | 20 Jul 13:00-13:45 (BST)
International Relations Q&A | 20 Jul 16:00-17:30 (BST)

Politics, Political Economy and PPE
Introduction to Politics, Political Economy and PPE courses | 20 Jul 11:00-11:45 (BST)
Politics, Political Economy and PPE Q&A | 20 Jul 13:00-14:30 (BST)

Social Sciences
Introduction to Social Sciences | 21 Jul 14:00-14:45 (BST)
Degrees to make a difference talk | 21 Jul 11:00-11:45 (BST)
Social sciences Q&A | 21 Jul 16:00-17:30 (BST)

War Studies
Introduction to War Studies | 22 Jul 11:00-11:45 (BST)
War Studies Q&A | 22 Jul 13:00-14:30 (BST)


  

Health & life sciences subject events with academics and current students


  

Applying & Welcome to King’s talks

Attend one of our Welcome to King’s talks to learn more about King's and what makes us unique. Hear about our vast range of courses, our state of the art teaching facilities, and our commitment to service to society. We will also be providing useful information for international students, including visa guidance. These sessions will run every day at 10:00 (BST) and 16:00 (BST)

Book your Welcome to King’s talk now

We’ll also be running three dedicated Welcome to King’s talks for international students on Saturday 25 July. Choose a session below to book now:

Welcome to King’s: International students | 25 July 09:00-10:00 (BST)
Welcome to King’s: International students | 25 July 13:00-14:00 (BST)
Welcome to King’s: International students | 25 July 18:00-19:00 (BST)


  
  

Accommodation, student experience & more talks

King’s Sport
Hear from our King's Sport team to learn more about our gym facilities, the Active Wellness Scheme and our King's Sport Performance Programme and get your questions answered by the team.

King's Sport | 21 Jul 12:00-12:45 (BST)

King’s Students’ Union (KCLSU)
Come and learn about KCLSU (King’s College London Students’ Union) - how you can get involved and how we support your student journey.

Making the most of the Student’s Union | 21 Jul 15:00-15:45 (BST)
Making the most of the Student’s Union | 23 Jul 11:00-11:45 (BST)

  

Events for parents & supporters of students applying to university

Our parents and carers sessions are designed to provide you with tips and guidance on the best ways to support your young person in applying to university and provides you with a chance to ask our experienced staff any questions you may have.

Sessions will run everyday between 20-25 July at the following times. Book now:

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Missed your subject session? Register below and we’ll send you a link once it’s available to watch online.