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Undergraduate Summer School 2021 Applications Open at KCL

15 December 2020

King’s College London is now accepting applications for its online undergraduate Summer School 2021 programmes. 

King’s have an excellent reputation for online learning and have already successfully delivered online programmes to over 100 international students from across 20 countries. For Summer 2021 King’s College London is offering nine undergraduate modules across six faculties. The programmes have been designed to allow students to focus on their current areas of study and expand their  knowledge in new fields of interest.

A summer school student at KCL said about the experience, “Simply incredible, the course being conducted online, the King’s Team behind the Summer School were able to encapsulate the full experience ranging from the academic aspects to the social aspects” – John, Greece.

Studying at King’s College, situated in the heart of London, is a valuable experience for international students. KCL’s portfolio of summer programmes has been constantly evolving since its establishment in 2009 and continues to adapt to the needs of international students and the first successful online summer programme at KCL was completed in 2020 to continue providing world class education to students wherever they are in the world. 

If you want to apply for Summer School Programmes at King’s College London or want to learn more about full-time undergraduate and postgraduate courses starting from September 2021, connect with SI-UK India today. A free consultation with our friendly team can help you achieve your dream of studying in the UK.

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