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Join us this summer at King's College London, one of the world's leading universities. At our summer school you will immerse yourself in British culture and higher education, and connect with undergraduates from around the world.
King's Undergraduate Summer School delivers globally-renowned, research-led teaching including lectures, small group seminars, and workshops to make summer classes as engaging and informative as possible. You get live case studies, educational visits and talks from expert guest speakers. You can also apply for credit from your home institution towards your undergraduate degree, enhance your career prospects and build an international network.
Our Undergraduate Summer School offers a wide range of modules spanning subject areas such as health and science, law, governance, business management, and culture.
Each module lasts two weeks and modules are offered in two different sessions. Students are welcome to attend both sessions and thereby study two modules of your choice.
There are two sessions on the following dates:
Taught on-campus between 9am and 5pm from Monday to Friday
Attendance is vital to success on the module, and you are required attend at least 80% of your lessons in order to pass the module.
All students will receive a final mark on their Record of Agreed Results (transcript). The UK grading system may be very different from what you are used to. Please note in the UK anything above 70 is considered excellent; it is not usual to receive much above 80 even if this is what you are used to at your home university.
King's College London's Undergraduate Marking Criteria is categorised by the following breakdown of marks:
Each module is 150 study hours comprising intensive teaching, independent study and group work and is examined to university standards. Comparable to an in-semester a 15-credit King’s undergraduate module and therefore typically awarded 3-4 US credits or 7.5 ECTS, many summer students ask their home institution to award them external credit for their King's summer module to use towards their degree programme when they return home.
King’s Residences will be open for booking early in 2023.
Once you have accepted and paid for your Summer Programme you will be able to go to King’s Residences to book your accommodation.
Students on the Pre-university Summer School will book a room in Stamford Street Apartments. All other students will have a choice of Stamford Street or Great Dover Street Apartments.
You will need to select the session(s) that you are booking for and if you are doing more than one session you are advised to email the King’s Residences team to confirm a room over the weekend between sessions.
If you have any queries regarding accommodation for Summer 2023 then please contact: email@example.com or call the switchboard on 020 7848 5959.
We require applicants to be working at or above, or have obtained, a 2:1 level (or equivalent) in their degree programme. Equivalencies for some countries are listed below. If your qualification is not listed please contact us for advice, indicating the country in which you are studying and the name and level of your current qualification.
We may consider qualifications which are different to those below on a case-by-case basis.
Here are the International minimum grade requirements for entry to our undergraduate summer school
- Australia: GPA of 3.3 or 2:1 or 70%
- Brazil: 7
- China: GPA of 3.2 or 80%
- Colombia: GPA of 3.9
- Denmark: 10
- France: 13
- Germany: 'gut'
- Greece: 6.5
- Hong Kong: GPA of 3.3
- India: 60%
- Japan: GPA of3.3 or 80%
- Italy: 24
- Korea (South): GPA 3.3 (out of 4.30) or 3.0 (out of 4.0)
- Mexico: 8
- Netherlands: 8
- Norway: B
- Qatar: GPA of 3.3
- Russia: 4
- Saudi Arabia: GPA of 3
- Singapore: GPA of 3.3 out of 4 or 4 out of 5
- Spain: 7
- Switzerland: 5 (out of 6) or 8 (out of 10)
- Turkey: CGPA of 3
- UK 2:1 grade bracket
- USA: GPA of 3.3
If you have not studied at university, or do not meet our academic requirements, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out if we are able to consider your application based on other criteria.
All classes are taught and assessed in English, except ancient language modules. All applicants must have studied English to at least level C1 in the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR) or offer one of the below:
• BULATS, minimum score of 65
• Cambridge Advanced Certificate - grade B
• Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English - grade C
• CET-4 (China) – 550
• CET-6 (China) - 493
• Duolingo English Test, we require a minimum test score of 105
• GCSE/ IGCSE/ O-Level - grade C
• GEPT - high intermediate level
• GRE (verbal score) 300 (please note this is for tests taken before 1 August 2011)
• GRE (verbal score) 140 (please note this is for tests taken after 1 August 2011)
• IELTS - 6.5 (or equivalent) with a minimum of 6.0 in each skill.
• International Baccalaureate- Standard Level 4
• iTEP - Level 5
• TOEFL Internet Based Test - 95 with minimum 20 in all skills (within the last 2 years)
• TOEFL Paper based test - 583 with minimum 53 in all skills (within the last two years)
• TEM, minimum score of 70
• TOEIC, minimum score of 685
• UEE (University Entrance Exam (China) – score of 110
If your first language is not English or the medium of instruction at your university is not English, please provide evidence of your English proficiency from the list above or contact the email@example.com for advice, stating the name and level of your current qualification:
Tuition fees for the Undergraduate Summer School are displayed below. Students from King’s College London partner universities and King’s alumni are entitled to a 10% discount*. *Please note that this does not apply to our Ancient Languages modules.
King's Undergraduate Summer School (Single session): 3 July – 14 July or 17 July – 28 July 2023
Tuition only: £2,400
Application fee: £60
King's Undergraduate Summer School (Double session): 3 July – 28 July 2023
Tuition only: £4,800
Application fee: £60
We operate on a first-come, first-served basis. Please refer to our terms and conditions. If you would like to apply for more than one session, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Places in our summer schools can only be confirmed once full payment of the fee is received. Please visit our How To Apply page for information about how to apply and pay.
If you have any questions or enquiries about our undergraduate modules, please contact us via email or phone.
+44(0)20 7848 1533
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