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Undergraduate open days

Attending one of our open days is a great way to explore our Central London campuses, discover more about the courses you’re interested in and meet current students and staff to explore what life at King’s is like. 

Depending on the course(s) you are interested in, you will need to register for a specific open day. Health & Life Science subjects are showcased at our Guy’s Campus open days, and Arts & Sciences subjects are showcased at our Strand Campus open days. 

Before you book, check below which open day your courses of interest are present at.  

Which open day should I attend?

The Strand Campus open days cover arts and science degrees at King’s. This is the right open day for you if you’re interested in studying:

Accounting and Finance

Biomedical Engineering

Business Management

Chemistry

Classics

Comparative Literature

Computer Science

Digital Culture

Geography

Economics

Economics & Management

Electronic Engineering

Engineering (General)

English

English Language & Linguistics

European Studies & European Politics

Film Studies

Global Health & Social Medicine

History

International Development

International Management

International Relations

Languages - French, German and Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies

Law

Liberal Arts

Mathematics

Music

Philosophy

Physics

PPE, Politics and Political Economy

Politics, Philosophy & Law

Psychology

Theology & Religious Studies

War Studies

The Guy’s campus open days cover health and life science degrees at King’s. This is the right open day for you if you’re interested in studying:

Biomedical Engineering

Biosciences

Chemistry

Dentistry

Global Health & Social Medicine

Graduate Entry Medicine or Dentistry

Medicine

Midwifery

Nursing

Nutrition and Nutrition & Dietetics

Physiotherapy

Sports & Exercise Medical Science

 

 

Book your place

 

Highlights from previous open days

A King’s open day offers a varied programme of talks and smaller sessions, designed to give you a taste of what it’s really like to study here.

You can join a tour run by current students, who are on-hand to answer any questions you have about student life, and you will meet academics and teaching staff at subject-specific activities.

 

 

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