There are currently no mandates for industrial action in place at King's. 


In this article you will find information relating to the following, if industrial action were to occur again in the future:

This article was last updated on 1 March 2024.



What are the disputes about?



What is King's doing about the issues that have contributed to industrial action?



When will industrial action take place?


Exams, assessments and progression


Please read our article How might industrial action affect my exams, assessments and progression through my studies? for more information.


General questions



What is industrial action?



What is strike action?



What is action short of strike (ASOS)?



How could industrial action affect me?



If I were to feel worried about crossing a picket line, what would I do?



How could industrial action affect research?


Teaching and learning



Would teaching and learning go ahead on strike days? 



Should I attend supervision of projects and dissertations?



Should I submit assignments? 



Would any sessions be cancelled? 



Would any sessions be rescheduled?



Would I still be able to access campus during industrial action?



I’m a King’s Online student, how might industrial action affect me?


International students



How would the industrial action affect my visa in terms of my attendance record?



I'm a visiting study abroad or exchange student, how might industrial action affect me?





Would I still be able to get access to student services?



What additional support would be available for my personal and professional development?



Where would I be able to go for support?



Would I need to submit a Mitigating Circumstances Form for teaching cancelled due to industrial action? 





Will there be compensation for previous industrial action?



Can I complain about disruption due to industrial action?


Further questions



Who can I send questions to?