When is Ramadan and what does it involve?
Observing Ramadan during your assessments
Accessing Prayer Rooms at King's
We have a dedicated prayer room at each of our campuses. For further guidance on accessing prayer rooms at King's, visit our Chaplaincy webpages.
How can I be supported while taking assessments during Ramadan and Eid?
- Your name
- Student ID number
- The date/time, module codes/titles of the exam assessments
If you become unwell during your exam or your ability to complete an assessment of any type might be, or has been, adversely affected by an unforeseen circumstance, you should apply for mitigating circumstances as soon as it's possible for you to do so.
Important to know: If you need further support, or have further queries, get in touch with our Muslim Chaplains; contact details can be found on our Chaplaincy webpages.
Additional resources & support
Prayer times specific to Sunni Muslims can be found on the Islamic-relief webpages.
Prayer times specific to Shia Muslims can be found on Urdupoint webpages.
Looking after your mental health and wellbeing during assessments
- De-stress from exams by getting involved in a wide range of fun online activities and events during the exam season.
- The Wellbeing Hub is the online space for students to find activities, events and resources to boost their wellbeing and thrive during their studies.
- Positive Peers are student partners of KCLSU Wellbeing who create student-only spaces and promote positive mental health and wellbeing for all students at King’s.
Our article Managing your mental health & wellbeing summarises the different types of mental health and pastoral support you can access at King's.
How can I connect with other students observing Ramadan?
During the month of Ramadan (and throughout the year!) you can connect with the Islamic Society, Ahmadiyya Muslim Student's Association, and the Ahlul Bayt Society