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King's College London

A diverse, cosmopolitan institution

About the institution

If you want to make a difference and help shape the world in which we live, King’s College London could be the place for you. We’ve offered academically renowned degrees for nearly 200 years, and our 40,000 alumni from 172 countries have gone on to shape thinking in areas as a diverse as healthcare, finance, arts and politics. Our globally respected qualifications will open up a world of opportunities, helping your CV stand out from the crowd.
Studying at King's will give you access to:
Celebrated academics at the cutting edge of their field;
Unique links with institutions across the arts, sciences, politics, law and medicine, helping students to build networks and develop employer contacts;
A successful Modern Language Centre, careers service and study abroad programme to enhance your skills and employability;
An award-winning Student's Union.

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Number of Undergraduate Students

18000

Average Undergraduate Class Size

Seminars – 15-20 max

Size of Instituition

Large Institution 15,000-30,000

Selectivity

Selective (25-50% admitted)

Campus Style

City

Education Model

Single, Dual courses (and/with). We do offer Liberal Arts

Are there internship opportunities?

Yes for some courses

Are there study abroad options?

Yes for some courses

Cost of Tuition

£9,250 per year for home fee students
International fees depend on course – info on each course page
EU fees not yet announced

Funding

We have a number of scholarships available for both UK & International https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/scholarships/index

UK students living in around London may be eligible for some WP programmes - https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/widening-participation

IB Grade Requirements

We range from 555 to 766 HL’s. All courses are 35 points

UFP Grade Requirements

Not accepted

Subjects

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World Top 50

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UK Top 30

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Accounting & Finance
World Top 100
Accounting & Finance
UK Top 20
Anthropology
UK Top 10
Biological Sciences
UK Top 10
Biomedical Science
UK Top 20
Business & Management Studies
UK Top 10
Chemistry
UK Top 50
Classics
UK Top 10
Communication & Media Studies
UK Top 10
Computer Science
UK Top 10
Dentistry
UK Top 10
Economics
UK Top 10
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
UK Top 30
English
UK Top 20
Food Science
UK Top 10
French
UK Top 30
Geography & Environmental Science
UK Top 20
German
UK Top 30
Health Studies
UK Top 10
History
UK Top 10
Law
UK Top 10
Linguistics
UK Top 20
Mathematics
UK Top 50
Medical Technology & Bioengineering
UK Top 20
Medicine
UK Top 20
Music
UK Top 10
Nursing & Midwifery
UK Top 20
Pharmacology & Pharmacy
UK Top 30
Philosophy
UK Top 10
Physics & Astronomy
UK Top 30
Subject Name
Degree Area
Accounting & Finance
Business
Anatomy Physiology and Pathology
Sciences
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Computing & ICT
Biochemistry/Biomedicine
Sciences
Biological Sciences
Sciences
Biomedical Engineering
Engineering
Business and Management
Business
Chemistry
Sciences
Classics and Ancient History
Society & Social Sciences
Computer Science
Computing & ICT
Dentistry
Medicine & Healthcare
Development Studies
Society & Social Sciences
Dietetics/Nutrition
Medicine & Healthcare
Economics
Society & Social Sciences
Electronic/Electrical Engineering
Engineering
English Literature and/or Language
English & Media
Environmental Science
Sciences
Geography
Society & Social Sciences
History
Society & Social Sciences
International Relations
Society & Social Sciences
Law
Society & Social Sciences
Liberal Arts Only
Liberal Arts & Sciences
Linguistics
Language & Culture
Mathematics
Mathematics
Medicine (Undergraduate)
Medicine & Healthcare
Midwifery
Medicine & Healthcare
Modern Languages Mixed
Language & Culture
Music
Performing Arts
Natural Sciences
Sciences
Nursing
Medicine & Healthcare
Pharmacy & Pharmacology
Medicine & Healthcare
Philosophy
Society & Social Sciences
Philosophy Politics and Economics
Society & Social Sciences
Physics
Sciences
Physiotherapy
Medicine & Healthcare
Politics
Society & Social Sciences
Psychology
Society & Social Sciences
Radiography
Medicine & Healthcare
Social Policy
Society & Social Sciences
Sport Science
Sciences
Statistics
Mathematics
Theology and Religious Studies
Society & Social Sciences

Our 5 London Campuses

View the locations of our five campuses and various student residences as well as find out more about our different London Campuses on the link below

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