For offer holders

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We are delighted to have been able to make you an offer to study your chosen subject at King's. Please read all of the information on this page and in the links very carefully and check them regularly for updates. The offer holders' checklist is especially important.

Current notes for offer holders

Offer holders' checklist

The Offer holders' checklist page contains important information about what documents offer-holders need to send and the deadlines. Please ensure that you read it thoroughly.

Reading lists and preparation

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See the Reading lists page, where you will find reading and preparation information for each course.

It is important to try and do as much of the recommended reading as possible before you arrive in Cambridge.

Information for freshers - accommodation, arriving etc.

See the Freshers' page for students who have met all their offer conditions.

Students with practical questions about living and studying at King's are advised to consult the current King's undergraduate handbook and the University handbook in particular.

Undergraduate Admissions Office contact details

Please continue to write your name, subject (including 'Biological' or 'Physical' for Natural Sciences) and UCAS number on all correspondence with us.

For queries we prefer to be contacted by email in all cases: undergraduate.admissions@kings.cam.ac.uk

Kristy and Eleanor are also Schools Liaison Officers and are frequently away working with school groups from January to July. They can normally answer your emails wherever they are so it is definitely best to email rather than phone.

All documents in the offer holders' checklist should be sent to:

Undergraduate Admissions Office
King's College
Cambridge
CB2 1ST
England

Please remember to enclose a stamped, addressed postcard if you need confirmation of receipt.

It is essential that you let us know immediately if your mailing address, phone number or email address change. Please also update the information on UCAS Track.

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