On this page, we’ve compiled all the information you’ll need to help you find out more about life at King’s and prepare to join the department. The page will be regularly updated as more information becomes available.
If you’re looking for general information about study at King’s, including how to organise accommodation and paying your fees, visit the College Offer Holder pages.
You can also connect with other offer holders and current Undergraduate students on our Class of 2019 Facebook Group.
Offer Holder Events
Our offer holder events allow you to experience more about the course you have an offer in, and the department. We have prepared a great programme for you - including a chance to really get to know your potential lecturers, visit our home in Virginia Woolf building and ask our current students any questions you may have.
There are three chances to meet us at our main events are:
If you are one of our joint honours offer holders, you will be able to visit both your departments at these events. Make sure you book a ticket for both departments and, when prompted on the booking form, enter the name of the degree you hold an offer in.
Modules & course structure
French modules – year 1 2019/20
If you are on a joint honours programme, ensure that you view information from both departments.
General information and a video walk-through of the process of making your module selections online can be found in the Faculty Handbook
Preliminary reading list
Our academics recommend the following reading, which you may find interesting:
Meet your subject rep!
Starting university can be daunting and no one understands that more than our current students. Your subject rep is here to provide you with advice about a whole host of topics - you can ask them about anything. Perhaps you are interested in the finer details of studying your course, moving to London, what societies are on offer or just King’s in general – your subject rep is ready to help.
Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org – and keep an eye on your inbox for their regular newsletter.
I chose to read French at King’s because of its reputation as a prestigious institution that has one of the best Modern Languages departments in the country. I wanted to be taught by world-class experts that would inspire me through the teaching of a wide range of modules. I also wanted to study in the heart of London - where better than on the beautiful Strand Campus?