Four students successfully secure K+ places

King’s College London is ranked in the top 10 universities in the world (QS World Rankings 2020) and is committed to widening access to its undergraduate courses. As part of this the prestigious K+ programme has been established, competition for a place is fierce with 1900 students applying for 300 places this year. Congratulations to four London Academy students who have successfully secured places.

The programme is a two-year programme of events, activities and academic workshops created to help support the students university application and provide the skills needed to reach their potential as an undergraduate student. The Spotlight Summer School is a highlight of the course, a free, non-residential programme including Academic tutorials working closely with a King’s PhD tutor; information sessions on university applications, personal statements and student finance; tours and study time in King’s libraries.

The programme offers seven subject streams which enables the events and activities to be tailored to the students interest. The successful London Academy students are undertaking the following subject streams Mohamed Heybe (Healthcare); Ruhan Salam (Maths and Computer Science); Adar Aden (Law) and Habiiba Hassan (Languages and Literature).