Study at King's

King's offers a stimulating and forward-thinking environment to applicants from all backgrounds, whom we welcome to join our diverse and vibrant community. Studying at King's is an exhilarating educational experience; you become part of a diverse and supportive community which combines academic commitment with a lively social and artistic scene, whilst living in one of the most beautiful Cambridge colleges, overlooked by the world-famous Chapel.

Open Days and Visiting

Prospective students are welcome to visit King's at any time, but may wish to book a place on one of our designated Open Days or meet our Admissions Officers.

Contact Us

Undergraduate Admissions
undergraduate.admissions@kings.cam.ac.uk
Graduate Admissions

graduate.admissions@kings.cam.ac.uk
Schools and Outreach
slo@kings.cam.ac.uk

For Offer Holders

Already received an offer from King's? Make sure you have all the information you need about how to accept your offer and what steps you might need to take next.

King's College is fully committed to admitting students of the highest intellectual potential, irrespective of social or economic background.

Watch, read, and listen to some of our recent students discussing their time at King's, their studies, and their extra-curricular activities at the College. 

We have more than 100 Fellows at King's who are responsible for teaching and supervision, as well as a variety of pastoral roles in the College.

Congratulations on completing your degree requirements! Before the degree can be awarded, however, you need to go through the process of graduation.

Recent News

Contributions to College life rewarded with the Provost’s Prize

The Provost's Prize has been awarded to four students who have made a significant contribution to the College community

History of Art student hired by Dallas Museum of Art

King's PhD student Julien Domercq (KC 2007) has been appointed as the new Assistant Curator of European Art at the Dallas Museum of Art in Texas.

Student composition broadcast on BBC Radio 3

MPhil student Joshua Ballance's 'St Pancras Magnificat' has been performed as part of the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music.