Covid-19 Admissions Updates
Contacting Admissions
King’s Admissions Office is currently working remotely and at a reduced capacity. As a result, Admissions are unable to take any phone calls during this time. We thank you for your patience as it is taking longer for us to carry out our usual processing.

If you have questions regarding your application, please refer to the dedicated Covid-19 information for prospective students on King’s website below, which is being updated regularly. 

Prospective Applicants
If you have yet to apply, please contact the Student Services Online Help Desk:
Already Applied?
Please login to King’s Apply and send a message if you have a query about your application. We may not be able to answer all queries at this time and we will be directing applicants to the below dedicated webpage whilst updates are pending.

Due to the increase in messages we are receiving, there are currently delays to responding to messages and it can take between 2 to 3 weeks for you to receive a response.

Covid-19 FAQs Webpage
Our dedicated page for prospective students during the Covid-19 situation can be found here: This is being updated regularly.

Thank you for your continued understanding during this time.

Updated: 26 May 2020

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Register an Account
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, you do not need to register an account with us. Please see below for details.

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 UCAS 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 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 within 7 days, click on the
forgotten password on the right and enter the information requested.

Technical Issues 
If you have already registered an account with us and you have already tried resetting your password, but you are still experiencing technical issues with logging in, please contact us on with the subject line: Technical Issue - Logging in to King's Apply.

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
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.

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.

Admissions Office Working Hours
The Admissions Office's standard working hours are Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm. King's College London closes on UK Bank Holidays.
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