UPDATE: Admissions cycle (2021 Entry)
Please note that after Friday 5th November 2021 we will no longer be responding to messages received from applicants/offer holders from September 2021, as we have now begun the 2022 Admissions cycle.

If you require changes to your CAS number or need a CAS for a programme which started in September 2021, please read the Student Services article here

Contacting Admissions
The Admissions Office is working remotely: please do not send any documents by post as this will not be received. We are also not available for any visitors. If you require any assistance:

  • Yet to Apply? Contact King's Advisors via telephone on +44 (0)207 123 4843 or by email. 
  • Already Applied to King's? Send a message on King's Apply. It can take up to 1 week to receive a response to messages at this time.
  • Current Student? Contact King's via the Student Services Online Helpdesk.
Please view the Technical Issues guidance below if you are unable to login or view your application.
Login to King's Apply
Thinking of applying to King’s?
Login to King's Apply
If you have not previously applied to King's, you will need to register an account in order to make an application. If you have recently applied to King's via UCAS or DfE Apply (PGCE), you do not need to register an account with us. 

Applied Before?
If you have registered with King's Apply before, please logon to your existing account using your email address and password. If you cannot remember your password, please use the Forgotten password page. 

Applied via UCAS or DfE Teacher Training? 
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 log on to King's Apply. Your username is the same email address you used when registering with UCAS. If you have not received an email within 7 days, click on the
Forgotten password on the right and enter the information requested. Please see below if you still cannot login or see your application on your account.

Admissions Office Standard Working Hours
The King's Admissions Office's standard working hours are Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm. Please note: King's College London is closed on all UK Bank Holidays.

Due to Covid-19, the Admissions team is working remotely. Please do not send any documents to our office by post during this time.

More Information about Studying at King's
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/
King's Foundations - 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.

Please contact the Admissions Office via email if you are experiencing technical issues with logging in to King's Apply. For example, i​​f you cannot log in but have already registered an account with us and tried resetting your password.

Using King's Apply
Operating systems and browsers supported by King's Apply
PC: minimum - Windows 7, 
browsers: Mozilla Firefox (43.0.1 or newer); Chrome (58. 58.0.3029.96 or newer); Internet Explorer (11.0.9600.18617 or newer)
iOS: minimum - iOS 10.3, browser: Safari (602.1 or newer) 
Android: minimum - Android 5.1.1, browser: Chrome (58.0.3029.83 or newer) 

Users on older systems or browsers than those listed above may experience issues while using King's Apply. For the best experience we recommend using the full format desktop/laptop version and the Chrome browser.

Pre-sessional English Calculator

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.