Important to know: If you will not be arriving in the UK in January 2021, you will still be able to access everything online as long as you have completed online enrolment.
Your student ID card will be posted to your UK contact address. To ensure your student ID card is posted to the correct address, please make sure you keep your UK contact address up to date on Student Records. Don't forget to upload your photo to Student Records, as we won't be able to issue your ID card without it.
If you are on a Student/Tier 4 visa:
When can I collect my Biometric Residence Permit (BRP)?
If you have requested that your BRP is delivered to King’s you will receive an email confirming that your BRP has arrived on-campus.
Before we can arrange the issuance of your BRP, you will need to provide a copy of your stamped Student Entry Clearance Vignette and a copy of the ID Page from your current passport.
Once we have received those documents, we will verify your UK residential address and arrange to send your BRP by Royal Mail Registered Delivery.
Important to know:
- ID card and BRP issuance can only be done once you have received email confirmation that we have received your BRP and you have provided your Student Entry Clearance Vignette and a copy of the ID Page from your current passport.
- We are unable to post BRPs outside of the UK and can only post to the rightful holder to verified UK residential addresses.
- Please also check our advice about arriving in the UK, including about whether you are required to quarantine on arrival to the UK.
I have a different question, who can I speak to?
If you need further support with your ID card or another related topic, please contact Registry Services with your student number.
Welcome to King's
At King's, we offer a variety of events and inductions for new students arriving at King's in January. All events will be listed on our Welcome to King's App and you will be able to add events you'll like to attend. Take a look at our article Navigating your Welcome to King's for more information.
Important to know: We also advise that you regularly view our Coronavirus webpages for the latest updates.