Scheduled Maintenance
Please note that King's Apply will be unavailable due to essential planned maintenance taking place on Wednesday 8 April 2020 from 03:00 until 09:00 BST.

Admissions Updates: Covid-19
Please read dedicated information for prospective students on our website. The information is being regularly updated and can be found here: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/coronavirus/questions-prospective.

Please be aware that during this period, the Admissions teams are working remotely at a reduced capacity. It may therefore take us longer to respond to messages and carry out our usual processing. Thank you for your patience during this time.

Phone lines
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation, King's Admissions Office is unable to answer your call.

If you are a current applicant and wish to contact us, please login and send a message on your King's Apply account if your question has not been answered on the above webpage. If you are a prospective applicant, please contact the Student Services Online Help Desk: https://self-service.kcl.ac.uk/.

School/university closures and examinations
We understand that this is a very unsettling time for those due to take examinations this year. We are aware that a number of schools, colleges and universities are experiencing disruption to teaching, coursework and examinations.

If you are a current applicant or offer holder you do not need to contact us to discuss your individual examinations circumstances. We will contact all applicants and offer holders as soon as further information is available. Thank you for your continued understanding.


Updated: 7th April 2020
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New student?
If you have never applied to King's before you will need to register an account to make an application. 

Applied before? 
Please logon using your email address and password. If you can't remember your password please use the Forgotten password page. 

Applied via UCAS or UCAS TT? 
UCAS applicants do not need to register an account. Within 7 days of submitting your application to UCAS you should receive an email with instructions to logon to King's Apply. Your username is the same email address you used when registering with UCAS.If you haven't received an email then please click on the
forgotten password on the right and enter the information requested.

Having Issues? 
If you are having issues (and already tried resetting your password) please contact us on 020 7848 7000.

More Information about Studying at Kings
Thinking of applying? - Check our online prospectus. Read our FAQs for postgraduates and undergraduates.
Student Services - Read our FAQs and contact our teams at our new self service portal https://self-service.kcl.ac.uk/
English Language Centre - Find out more information on our website and make an application on King's Apply.
Summer Programmes - Find out more information on our website and make an application on King's Apply.
Meet us at an event - We have events for postgraduates and undergraduates.
International students - Find out if King's is visiting your country or if we have an office in your region.
Apply for a scholarship - Find out more about our undergraduate and postgraduate funding opportunities.
 

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Users on older systems or browsers than those listed above may experience issues while using King's Apply.
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Pre-sessional English Calculator

You can use this calculator to see if your current English scores meet the requirements of your programme, or to calculate which Pre-sessional English course you may need to consider. Each of your scores should be taken from a SINGLE English test within the last two years.