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.
If you will be joining or returning to King’s in 2020, we would like to offer you the opportunity to take advantage of favourable exchange rates and pay for up to three years’ worth of undergraduate tuition fees in advance. Find out more.
Note for students from the European Union
The government has confirmed that EU students entering UK universities in 2019/20 and 2020/21 will continue to pay fees at the home rate, and will continue to have access to student loans for the duration of their degree programmes.
Further ahead we don’t yet know as it depends on Government legislation. However, we will work with higher education sector bodies to influence future Government policy where we can.
You will be able to find regular updates on this webpage, or on our main Brexit advice page.
Last updated: 11:00am, 01/07/2019