King's College London- PATHWAY
- Average Tution GBP 17,050
- Acceptance Rate 13%
- Students 27,600
- Scholarships Yes
King’s College London was founded as a university college in 1829 by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington (Prime Minister, at the time). Throughout the 19th century, the institution made impactful contributions to society: King’s professors were key players in developments in science, and the university was a major player in extending higher education to women. King’s expanded its reach and influence over the years through mergers with other institutions such as Queen Elizabeth College, Chelsea College, and United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals. Today King’s College is ranked 21st in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2016-17, and is renowned for its world-leading, groundbreaking research. In 2004, King’s College celebrated its 175th anniversary.
There are over 27,600 students at King’s College London, from approximately 150 different countries. With over 100 student societies for incoming students to join, there is never a dull moment on campus. Whether it be politics or comedy, students are bound to find a society that fits their interests. Additionally, there is the monthly newspaper, a podcasting society, and many more opportunities for interests to be explored. Support also comes in the form of peer-to-peer support, counselling services, tutoring, and career services.
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- Minimum GPA 3.40
- Minimum incoming TOEFL 80
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.00
Financial Aid & Scholarship
The King's Scholars of Tomorrow scholarship will be awarded to students who have successfully applied for a King's International Foundation course and hold an offer to start the course for September 2017 entry.
There are up to 50 scholarships available to eligible students, with each scholarship award worth £1,000 (going towards a reduction in your total tuition fees for a King's International Foundation course).
Established in 1829
In total, twelve people that have either worked, or studied at King’s College London, and its associated institutions, have been awarded Nobel Prizes.
King's College London is 43rd in the world and seventh in the UK for graduate employability.
King's College London Andy Otaqui, International Science Foundation Programme Co-ordinator6/12/2017 6:15:58 PM
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