Fees and Scholarships
Coming to the UK as an international student is a big financial commitment, and before you start on a programme of study at King’s you need to consider carefully your financial expenses and living costs. In addition, evidence that you can support yourself and any dependants is a condition of gaining entry clearance into the UK if you need a student visa. See our Student Support pages for more information.
Fees & Funding
We appreciate London can be an expensive City. Find out more about student funding and learn about the average expected cost of living in the Capital.
Scholarships & Bursaries
There are a number of opportunities to apply for extra finance which you do not have to pay back.
Most scholarships will be available once you have an offer and/or have made king's your firm choice. They will vary from course and nationality, so carefully check you are eligible before applying.
Some countries offer scholarships to their students who want to study in the UK. Check our your region pages to find out more information.
It is also worth checking the Faculty webpages for information on scholarships. You can find which faculty your course falls under on the course page
Many students choose to work part-time whilst studying. A popular way of making money is becoming a Student Ambassador, representing King's at events on and off campus.
Our excellent Careers & Employability team can also guide you into finding part-time work outside of King's.
Tier 4 visas usually restrict international students to work no more than 20 hours a week.
Students from the European Union
Students from the European Union will no longer be eligible for home fee status and student loans in England from the 2021-22 academic year, the government has confirmed.
More information on funding opportunities for EU students will become available in the next few months during the negotiation period. For now, you will be able to find regular updates on this webpage, or on our main Brexit advice page.
Last updated 29/06/20