Is King’s College London competitive?

Is Kings College London competitive?

Definitely not- King’s attracts the brightest of cookies and most courses are very competitive. Many ask for A* grades at A-level but requirements do vary. Vital statistics: King’s has more than 25,000 students- of whom over 10,000 are postgrads, according to the most recent figures in 2012/13.

Is King’s College London hard to get into?

How hard is it to get into King’s? King’s is a very competitive university with it’s overall acceptance rate being only 13%.

Is King’s College London an elite university?

King’s is fairly prestigious, but not among the UK’s top universities. It does not do well on domestic ranking tables (which are more teaching-based) compared to other London institutions such as Imperial, UCL and LSE, and was rated silver in the Teaching Excellence Framework.

Is King’s College London Ivy League?

Being part of the Russell Group (similar to the Ivy League in the U.S.), King’s is a research-intensive university. Research is prevalent in all teaching at the university, making for an exciting and dynamic learning experience at the forefront of knoweldge for our students.

Is Kings a good uni?

King’s College London is ranked 35 in QS World University Rankings by TopUniversities and has an overall score of 4.2 stars, according to student reviews on Studyportals, the best place to find out how students rate their study and living experience at universities from all over the world.

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How long do KCL take to give offers?

Starting the 2021/22 academic year

We are working hard to process applications and answer messages whilst working remotely. We endeavour to continue processing to our standard timeframes, however decisions may be delayed and it can currently take up to 14 days to receive a response to your message.

What grades do you need for Kings College London?

We usually require an overall score of 5.8, and grade 6.0 in two relevant subjects. We recommend that you take a third relevant subject to the highest level possible in your school curriculum.