King's College London
- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
Campus and Crime Map
- Students at King's have a choice of living at King's residences (which includes those managed by Unite and Fresh), University of London intercollegiate halls, or the University Home scheme.
- The majority of accommodation options are in central London, close to King’s teaching campuses and within London travel zones 1 and 2.
- Accommodation is guaranteed for all first-year undergraduates, as long as they meet the application criteria and the application deadline, which is published on the university website.
|Number of university/college beds||3,769|
|Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation||£7,560–£7,960|
|Typical annual cost of private accommodation||£5,850–£8,476|
- City Population: 8,673,000
- Student Population: 306,000
- Kings is situated at the heart of one of the best cities in the world, a centre point for culture, finance, food and history, and has partnerships with the British Library, British Museum, National Gallery, Shakespeare’s Globe, Southbank Centre, Tate Modern and more.
- London attracts the best from around the world for cultural, business, political, media, legal and sporting events, and its museums, universities and institutes are plentiful.
- King's is located centrally in the city, with convenient transport links.
- London has the largest and best public transport networks in the world, with a variety of ways to get around including by bus, railway, the underground and river buses.
Culture and Nightlife
- Famous for its world-class theatres, the West End, record-breaking musicals and celebrated opera performances, endless bars, clubs and restaurants – London's nightlife scene accommodates all tastes, be it theatre, music, food, history or comedy.
- Most of London’s acclaimed art galleries and museums are free to enter and the city itself has breathtaking buildings and architecture which makes it fun to explore.