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King’s College London is a public university in UK established in 1829. It was founded by Arthur Wellesley and King George IV. It has five campus locations including Strand Campus, Guy’s Campus, Waterloo Campus, St Thomas’ Campus and Denmark Hill Campus.
The college is divided into 9 faculties and 100 departments and schools.It is amongst top 50 universities around the world in the QS World University Rankings. 
It has over 31,000 students from 150 diverse nationalities. University has partnered with several global institutes and universities. Its alumni include 12 Nobel laureates, recipients of Oscars, Grammys and Emmy, heads of states, governments and intergovernmental organizations.


Location: London


Connectivity: Through car/public transport (including bus and rail)/connected to London airports


Campuses: Five: Strand Campus, Guy’s Campus, Waterloo Campus, St Thomas’ Campus and Denmark Hill Campus.


Courses: Languages, Art and Music, Medical Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Management, Engineering, Theology, Literature.


Average Tuition fee: 
Between INR 25 to 35 Lakh/year (Between £25,440 and £35,555 annually)


Times UK Overall Ranking:38th


Entry requirements: 

  1. A-level Higher Secondary Certificate or equivalent
  2. English language requirements: IELTS/TOELFiBT/Cambridge English(CAE/CPE)/Trinity College London ISE

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