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International students - Find out if King's is visiting your country or if we have an office in your region.

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English Language Centre - Find out more information on our website and make an application on King's Apply.

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Students who have applied to King's previously
If you can't remember your password please use the Forgotten password page. If you no longer have access to the email account you previously registered with, please let us know using our enquiry form and we will be able to advise. 

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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.

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.