King's College London, International Foundation Program, IFP

 United Kingdom


Study mode Start date Duration Fee international Fee study period Year of study
Full-time Sep years: 1 £17900 Whole course 2018 - 2019

King’s has a long history of attracting high-achieving international students, and the English Language Centre (ELC) is proud to play an important part in this tradition.King's team of highly qualified and experienced tutors will ensure that you are well prepared for academic study, at undergraduate or at postgraduate level, in the UK. The ELC is situated in the heart of London’s West End and therefore an ideal place both to study and to relax.

International Foundation Programme is a one-year foundation programme for students aiming to study undergraduate degree programmes at King’s and other top UK universities. There are eleven courses available, each leading to a different undergraduate degree at King's:

  • Biology & Chemistry
  • Business Management & Social Science
  • International Relations & Politics
  • Law & International Relations
  • Liberal Arts & Politics
  • Maths & Business
  • Maths & Chemistry
  • Maths & Economics
  • Liberal Arts & Social Science
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Maths and Physics

One of the many benefits of being a King’s International Foundation student is that you are guaranteed a conditional offer (or interview) for nearly all undergraduate degrees at King’s. 

This programme is aimed at high achieving students who do not yet qualify for direct entry into undergraduate degree programmes. This programme combines study in designated academic subjects with Academic English and Study Skills.

Students taking the IFP will receive counselling and guidance in applying for university in the UK through UCAS. 

Why should you choose King's Foundation?

  • Prepare for your undergraduate degree studies at one of the top 20 universities in the world 
  • Receive a guaranteed conditional offer to progress to undergraduate degrees at King's
  • Develop essential knowledge in your area of choice
  • Benefit from learning in a prestigious centre, where KCL team of experienced and highly-qualified tutors will give you the very best start in your academic career
  • Enjoy the real UK university experience from day one by having full access to King's world-class facilities and support
  • Become part of a vibrant multicultural community studying at KCL centre in the heart of London


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