How do I apply for a Study Abroad programme at King’s?
How can I find out more information about the Study Abroad Programme before I apply?
Our dedicated Study Abroad webpages contain helpful guidance on:
The steps you’ll need to follow when submitting your application, and application guidance notes which will guide you through the application process.
The entry requirements you must meet to be able to apply for the programme.
The key application dates and deadlines.
Study abroad fees for the current academic year.
Academic references & transcripts.
Important to know: If you have any enquiries about studying abroad at King’s, module queries, questions about orientation, please get in touch with the Study Abroad Team, who will be able to assist you further.
I’ve applied to Study abroad at King’s and need support
If you have already applied for a study abroad programme, you can message the Study Abroad Admissions Team via the Kings Apply portal.
I’m a current student at King’s:
If you would like to learn more about study abroad options and our global summer experiences available to current students enrolled on a degree at King’s, please visit the Global mobility webpages for more information.
What is Erasmus+?
Erasmus+ is the European Union's flagship education and training programme promoting student mobility throughout Europe as funded by the European Commission. King’s is fully committed to being a multicultural, international university and our European students and partnerships are a very important part of our community.
Although the UK government has decided not to contribute to the Erasmus programme now the UK has left the European Union, UK universities including King’s have ongoing grant agreements that mean we can continue to send and receive staff and students as part of Erasmus for the rest of the 2020/21 academic year, and for both the 2021/22 and 2022/23 academic years.
How can I find out more information on the Erasmus + scheme?
Visit Erasmus+ at King's to find out more information about the scheme, to view a list of all the eligible destinations and further guidance on Erasmus funding.
I'm currently enrolled on a Study Abroad Programme at King's
How can the Global mobility team support me during my studies?
The Global mobility team at King’s identify, promote and facilitate opportunities to allow students to be globally mobile, study abroad and undertake overseas traineeships.
The Global mobility team also work closely with incoming students from overseas institutions and King's outgoing students, including those participating in bilateral agreements and the Erasmus+ programme.
Who can I contact if I need support?
Your Study Abroad tutor is an academic member of staff with your department who provides guidance and support to study abroad students at King’s.Working closely with the Global Mobility Office, Study Abroad Tutor provides vital academic support to participating students, but also plays an important role in creating and maintaining relationships with partner institutions.
How can I contact my Study abroad tutor?
You can find out how Study abroad tutors provide specific advice for incoming and outgoing Study Abroad students on our Study Abroad webpages.
What is the Turing Scheme?
The Turing Scheme is the UK’s newly launched global programme to study and work abroad in 2021/22. UK universities like King’s will make applications to be awarded funds to provide to students for 2021/22 mobility and the Global Mobility Office are co-ordinating the bid for King’s in spring 2021. Should our bid be successful, we will inform eligible King’s degree-seeking students, whom the scheme is aimed at supporting, no earlier than July 2021 and via their King’s email address.
More information about the scheme can be found at Turing Scheme.