Disclosing forced migrant status can provide context when making admissions decisions but also ensures we provide the right financial, academic, and personal support. We do not need to know why a student is a forced migrant or any other detail
To disclose their forced migrant status students should do the following if relevant:
If you are a forced migrant and applying to study at King’s, we strongly advise you to disclose this directly to us. This will allow admissions staff to take your circumstances into consideration and will not have a negative impact on your application.
We use this data to holistically assess an applicant’s future potential to succeed and to differentiate between similar highly qualified candidates.
As a forced migrant , you will receive additional consideration. Examples of the ways in which additional consideration is given are described below:
Students whose predicted grades are marginally lower than that required for the course may be given an offer.
Students whose application is considered as being close to the standard required to gain an interview may be offered an interview.
Students whose admissions test score is considered as being close to the required standard might be given an offer or interview.
Students who narrowly fail to meet their conditional offer will be given additional consideration as to whether their place should be confirmed.
In order to receive this consideration, you must contact firstname.lastname@example.org directly