Kings College London

Kings London is located in a safe, green and prosperous London suburb called Beckenham.

Kings London is located in a safe, green and prosperous London suburb called Beckenham. It is only 20 minutes by train to central London but does not have the noise, expense or uncertainties that city centre living can bring.

The College has seen recent modernisation and expansion, including the construction of a stylish "Link" building that houses a bright reception area and popular cafeteria.

As one of the greatest cities in the world, you'll never be bored in London. Whether you're staying within walking distance of the college in Beckenham, or you take the short train ride into central London, there is a huge range of things to see and do.

Eating Out: London is one of the greatest cities on earth for eating! In and around Beckenham, there are lots of supermarkets where you can buy a range of foods from different parts of the world, including those which you'll be used to, and those which you might want to try for the first time. There are lots of restaurants, bars and cafes a short walk from the college in Beckenham.

Culture and Entertainment: Whether you stay near the college, or go into Central London, there is so much to do here, as you would expect of one of the world's great cities.

Things to do in Beckenham

  • Cinema: Located 3 minutes' walk from the college, the Odeon cinema even offers 3D films!
  • Shopping: The Glades shopping centre in Bromley offers a good selection of high street stores, just 15 minutes by bus from Beckenham.
  • Beckenham Theatre: Full programme of productions, plays, readings and other events. Find out what's on at Beckenham Theatre.

At Kings we value our students above all else. We recognise the immense contribution they make, collectively and individually, towards ensuring our learning communities are rich, dynamic and purposeful.

With decades of experience in the unique needs of international students, we are dedicated to educating and mentoring them in ways which recognise their individual ambitions, and which will make a real difference to their available range of skills, experiences and future opportunities.

We aim to define a ’student-centred' approach at every level.

It starts with the manner in which we attract, counsel and support our prospective students; it’s also defined by the way in which we educate, mentor and support them during their time with us; and it continues through the personal relationships we often maintain with our students long after they have left us to continue their success elsewhere.

In practical terms, this requires that we focus on every element of the student experience - including pre-arrival information, academic progress, English language development, cultural adjustment, personal welfare and support, university guidance, extracurricular opportunities and accommodation provision.

In short, we are committed to ensuring that the total student experience is a happy, fulfilling and enriching one.

That way it will also be a successful one.




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