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The Admissions Office's standard working hours are Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 5pm (UK time). Please do not send any documents to us by post.
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Users on older systems or browsers than those listed below 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.
  • Mozilla Firefox (v70 or newer); Chrome (v72 or newer); Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browsers: PC: minimum - Windows 7
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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.