Kings London

Pathways to Top 20 UK universities


Kings Colleges place the needs of each student at the centre of their entire approach to learning. Kings Colleges create a personalised plan for all students that ensures, with expert guidance and extensive support, they will achieve more than they ever thought possible.

Kings' students consistently win places at the UK's top ranked universities, including Oxford and Cambridge. In 2019 over 86% of A-level students received offers from Top 20 universities.

Their modern, friendly and intimate colleges are not located within isolated campuses, but within safe, convenient parts of the UK's most popular, internationally-minded cities. Students are closely supported in every aspect of their life, both in school and for the many who join from overseas, within whichever type of accommodation they select.

Kings London

Kings London is located in the safe, attractive suburb of Beckenham, only 20 minutes by train from Central London. The main College houses a modern ‘link’ building, which joins a bright reception area and cafeteria to the main classrooms and art studio. There is also a well-kept outside area for students to enjoy.

Kings London annexe building, two minutes’ walk away, has a large, modern Computer Learning Centre and spacious classrooms with interactive whiteboards.

Students at Kings London benefit from a wide range of accommodation options, most of which are within walking distance. They include premium self-catering apartments for students aged 18 and over, just a 15-minute walk from the college, homestay accommodation with local families, and student houses that are located in safe neighbourhoods within 15 – 20 minutes’ walk from the College.



On campus accommodation is available for all international students


Partial merit scholarships are available for select international students


Advanced Level Foundation
"Kings prepared me in a lot of ways. Kings taught me how to be confident, how to improve my skills, how to improve my English language of course, it also taught me how we should find ways to solve any problems, in life or in terms of Economics or Business."
"I used to go to a school in Suffolk, but I couldn't get in to my desired university so I needed to retake my A-levels. The reason I came here (to Kings) is because they offer the one-year A-level, I didn't want to spend another two years. I have to say the one-year A-level is quite intense, but each lesson is well organised so it's not a problem. I've been interested in computing since I was young, so applied for Computer Science courses at university. My career will be as a systems engineer or programmer. The big difference (between Kings and my school in Japan) is that in this school there are less than 10 people in lessons — in Japan we had about 30 people. I guess this is good as the teachers can take care of every student."
Megan Rose
Megan Rose
A-levels at Kings London
Kings’s nothing like any British school at all. It’s completely different — everything from the community to the lessons. There’s a lot you take for granted when everyone around you is also from Britain, and it makes you really appreciate the things that maybe you don’t always notice. For example, in Economics, there are events and terms that are quite specific to the British economy, which is assumed knowledge that the student will have, but when you’re coming from a different country you have to make sure you’re going through all the steps and making sure all of the students understand it in full detail because they don’t have that cultural context.
Alexandra-Daniela Mihu
Alexandra-Daniela Mihu
A-levels at Kings London
I feel that this environment; the smaller classes and the teachers that are very kind, are a big advantage for me. It is easier to ask questions and to answer the different questions. I feel like the teachers are giving a lot of their free time to help me understand better.


A Levels

Overall results for A-level

  • A* - B overall: 75% across all schools  
  • EPQ: 100% A-B 
  • Humanities: 88% A*-B 
  • Further Mathematics: 82% A*A, 91% A*B

 A-level by school results

  • A*-B 63%
  • Art
  • Biology
  • Business Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Further Maths
  • Geography
  • Maths
  • Physics
  • Politics
  • Psychology
University Foundation Programme
  • Art and Design
  • Biology
  • Business Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • English Literature
  • Further Mathematics
  • Government and Politics
  • History
  • Human Geography
  • Law
  • Mathematics
  • Medical Foundation
  • Physics
  • Psychology

  • Art & Design
  • Business
  • Combined Science (Bio - Chem - Phy)
  • English
  • Humanities
  • ICT
  • Mathematics
  • PE
  • PSHE
Language courses

Summer language course

  • Summer language course
Specialist Foundation Programs
  • Art & Design Foundation
  • International Business Foundation  
  • Law Foundation  
  • Medical Foundation
  • Science and Engineering Foundations  

Tuition & Cost

The costs listed below are an estimate based on what most students pay. The final price for tuition, housing and other expenses will vary based on program, English level, housing selection and other factors. For more exact pricing, please contact our advisors.
£ 43,641 Average cost per year
£ 28,086Tuition
£ 12,592Housing
£ 2,963Other

Partial merit scholarships are available for select international students

Required Documents

Below are the minimum documents required for our admissions team to conduct a review of your application to this institution. Additional documents may be required for specific programs or for the institution to issue you an unconditional letter of admission. Please contact an advisor for more information.

Passport Copy

English Test Result

School Transcript

Submission Deadlines

September 2022
Application Deadline:August 22, 2022
Program Start:September 05, 2022
Summer 2022
Application Deadline:July 10, 2022
Program Start:July 15, 2022