K+ graduates are eligible for a two-grade reduced offer for most King’s undergraduate courses. K+ alumni who go on to study at King’s receive a bursary of £1,000.
We know some students have access to extra support and development opportunities outside of school which help them get to university. The K+ programme supports K+ students to have access to the same experiences, to make their applications as strong as possible, and ensure once they get to university that they are as prepared and able to succeed.
In addition to the main programme, K+ participants can also take part in these networks:
The Aspire network is open to K+ participants of African, Caribbean and mixed Black heritage. Aspire works with King’s African and Caribbean Society to run cultural, academic and careers-based events at King’s. Aspire is dedicated to improving university access for Black students and aims to foster a sense of community for Black students on K+. Eligible participants can join Aspire after their K+ induction.
The Pride Power network is open to K+ participants who identify as LGBTQ+ or active allies. It is a safe space for students to build relationships, develop confidence and celebrate LGBTQ+ culture. Eligible participants can join Pride Power after their K+ induction.