Once you hold an Unconditional Firm offer from King's we hope these FAQs below will help you plan your next steps towards joining King's.
What do I do now my place is confirmed?
The next key steps will be getting your email address, completing online enrolment and attending campus registration. King's will send you details about these next steps by email in the weeks before you start your course so please make sure your contact details in King's Apply and UCAS are updated.
In the meantime you can see our Welcome to King's webpages which will be the key place to look for all the information you need to have a great start at King's.We ask that you avoid calling us on A-level results day unless you have an urgent question, so that we are able to assist other students.
How do I find out if I have been allocated my preferred accommodation choice?
See the King's Residences FAQs for all your accommodation allocation questions. You can also find further information about accommodation at King's on the King's Residences pages.
When will I get my CAS number?
You need to hold an unconditional offer in order to be issued a CAS number for a student visa. Please make sure that you have entered your passport information and indicated that you will require a visa on your UCAS application.
If you have completed these steps and now hold an unconditional offer, the Admissions Office will produce your CAS number and this will be visible through King's Apply. This can be take a while and we will be prioritising applicants who has paid their deposit when issuing CAS numbers.
Please be aware that the CAS number is only valid for six months from the date of issue and therefore we are only able to issue these six months before the start of your course.
When will I start my course?
Full details of campus registration sessions and specific induction sessions for your programme, Department, Faculty will be made available on our Welcome to King's pages as soon as they are confirmed. The dates for the Academic Calendar can be found on the here.
When do I get my class schedule and reading list?
Your department or course will provide full details at your induction session.
Will support for disabled students be in place for the start of term?
See the Disability Advisory Service webpage for contact details and guidance.
When and how do I pay my tuition fees?
You do not need to pay your tuition fees before - or at - campus registration. If you are paying tuition fees yourself, the College will invoice you for your tuition fees after you have registered on your course. Your invoice will detail deadlines and payment methods. For further details see undergraduate tuition fee and funding advice for: