|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:
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?
London’s most central university, with four river-side campuses in a single square mile in the heart of London. The campuses are located either side of the Thames – Strand, Waterloo, Guy’s and further south, Denmark Hill. The college is associated with four great hospitals of Guy's and St Thomas’, King’s College Hospital and South London and the Maudsley.
The Faculty's London-based departments are at the Strand and Waterloo campuses. Most buildings at the Strand Campus overlook the Thames, midway between the Houses of Parliament and St Paul's Cathedral, next door to Somerset House and the Courtauld Institute of Art, close to the Royal Courts of Justice. Within five minutes' walk of the Strand are Covent Garden, many West End theatres, and Trafalgar Square, home to the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery.
The Waterloo Campus is next to London's South Bank arts and cultural quarter which includes the National Film Theatre and BFI Southbank, the Royal Festival Hall, the Hayward Gallery and the National Theatre. Three minutes walk away is Waterloo Station.