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About King's College London

Country the United Kingdom
City London
Number of courses 130

History

King's College London has five campuses across London, and was established in 1829. The university was a founding college of the University of London and went through a series of merges with other institutions in the late 20th century.

International Admissions

International applications to Kings College London can be made online using the UCAS service. Entry requirements to the University may vary depending on the level of education and course chosen.

King's offer international students preparatory courses that can be taken before the degree.

Subject Areas

King's College London offer both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in 8 main subject areas/ faculties These are:

  • Arts & Humanities
  • Dental Institute
  • Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy
  • The Dickson Poon School of Law
  • Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine
  • Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences
  • Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery
  • Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience

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Courses at King's College London

There are 130 courses listed from King's College London. These are displayed below in alphabetical order: