King's College London
- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
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- 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.
- Students at King's have a choice of living in King's residences (which includes those managed by Unite and Fresh) and University of London intercollegiate halls. Students can also choose to live at home or in the private rented sector.
- The majority of accommodation options are in central London, close to King's teaching campuses and within London travel zones 1 and 2.
|Catered||from £6,000 to £20,349 per week|
|Self-Catered||from £150 to £399 per week|
The costs above are for the academic year 2019/20
- King's is the most central university in London, providing students with easy access to one of the best connected and dynamic cities in the world.
- King's collaborates with renowned London institutions on research projects, teaching resources and internship opportunities to enhance its students' experience. Current partners include the British Library, British Museum, National Gallery, Shakespeare's Globe, Southbank Centre, Tate Modern and more.
- London attracts a diverse and inspiring population of the elite for cultural, business, political, media, legal and sporting events, as well as boasting numerous impressive museums and cultural institutes.
Nightlife and Culture
- A top-rated city for students, London offers a variety of ways to spend their free time.
- The city boasts world-class theatres, museums, sporting venues and cultural institutions as well as a variety of clubs for nights out, with plenty of options for eating and drinking.
- King's is located in central London, with convenient transport links.
- London has fantastic public transport networks across the city. With a variety of options including bus, underground, railway and river buses, it's always easy to get around.