Some academic departments at King’s might consider students who want to transfer from another university. If you are looking to transfer from another university, before starting an application you should check the full list of programmes that accept students wishing to transfer. If a course is not on this list, it does not accept transfer applications from another university.

How can I apply for a transfer?

You can submit an application through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The official UCAS deadline of 15 January will also apply for applicants making a transfer application.

Students must also meet the requirements below for their transfer application to be considered:

  • You must meet the standard first year entry requirements for the course. You can find the minimum entry requirements for each course using our online prospectus.
  • You have studied the same or similar modules to those taught during the first year of study here at King’s, when you were in your first year. You can find the full list of modules for each year of study when you search for a course using our online prospectus.
  • You have achieved a 2:1 or are achieving a high 2:1 in your first year of study.

What happens if my application is successful?

If your application is successful then you will receive a formal offer through UCAS which you can choose to accept or not.  You should carefully think about the following, before accepting an offer with us:

Important to know: If you believe you meet all the criteria above, and you would like further guidance on the likelihood of your application being considered, get in touch with us.