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How to Apply

Deadline for all applications is 31st May 2019.

Applications to our summer school are made through the King’s Apply portal. Please use the appropriate application guidelines below to help you complete your application:

University level programmes

Pre-university level programmes

Application process

Once we receive your completed application and supporting documentation, a decision is usually made within 7 working days.

If your application is successful we provisionally enrol you on your preferred module. If your preferred module is full we will ask you to select an alternative module. Your place on the course is confirmed upon payment of fees.

Visas and visa letters

Overseas students will require a Short Term Study Visa before entering the country. Please read this visa information guide and visit the government's study visa web pages to find out more.

Upon payment of programme fees all students will be sent a visa support letter confirming their place on the course and which can be used as part of an application for a Short-Term Study visa. We recommend that all students, even those who do not require a visa, travel with this letter in their hand luggage to show with their passport at UK immigration.  This is to ensure they enter the country correctly. 

Terms and conditions 

By submitting an application and paying fees, you are agreeing to our  terms and conditions. These  cover application, payment terms, cancellations, postponement and non-attendance. 

King’s Summer Programmes adhere to the university’s fair admissions policy and King's admissions complaints procedures apply.

King's College London's equal opportunities statement makes clear our commitment to equality of opportunity in all of our activities. We are committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all areas of work.

 

Submit your application


Next steps

View a prospectus

Learn more about the degree programmes on offer at King's. Download or view a prospectus in PDF format.

Undergraduate prospectus

Postgraduate guide