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King’s College London

World renowned university
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Location

London, UK

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Bedrooms

Single bedrooms.

Separate male and female accommodation

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Bathrooms

En-suite

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Airports

London Heathrow,
London Gatwick

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Security

24 hour security


Courses available at this location

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IELTS Preparation

King's College, London
Age range: 16-18
Advised language level: B1 Intermediate


Courses available at this location

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Intensive English

King's College, London
Age range: 13 - 16 & 16 - 18
Advised language level: None


2 students and tutor discuss work outside at table

IELTS Preparation

King's College, London
Age range: 16-18
Advised language level: B1 Intermediate


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The Young Performer

King's College, London
Age range: 13-16
Advised language level: B2 (Upper intermediate) - C1 (Native)

Courses available at this location

3 students sitting together on grass studying

Intensive English

King's College, London
Age range: 16-18
Advised language level: B2 (Upper intermediate) - C1 (Native)


2 students and tutor discuss work outside at table

IELTS Preparation

King's College, London
Age range: 16-18
Advised language level: B1 Intermediate


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The Show Must Go On: The Young Performer

King's College, London
Age range: 13-16
Advised language level: B2 (Upper intermediate) - C1 (Native)

About the college

King’s College is a world-famous prestigious university in the heart of London. It is consistently ranked among the top Universities in both the UK and the world. Classrooms take place in the Virginia Woolf building, whilst meals and activities take place in the main building on the Strand, next to Somerset House.

Founded within the tradition of the Church of England by the Duke of Wellington and King George IV, who granted the royal charter in 1829, King's has a proud history of inspiring and supporting those who seek to solve the world's most pressing problems.

From research that led to the discovery of the structure of DNA and informing air pollution awareness and policy to developing life-changing therapies – these are some of the ways that King's College continues to have a transformational impact on society.

Key facts

  • Location

    Cambridge, UK

    Location

    Cambridge, UK

  • Bedrooms

    Single bedrooms.

    Separate male and female accommodation

    Bedrooms

    Single bedrooms.

    Separate male and female
    accommodation

  • Bathrooms

    Shared bathrooms between
    4-6 students

    Bathrooms

    Shared bathrooms between 4-6 students

  • Available airports

    London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted

    Available airports

    London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted

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    About the location

    Located in the centre of Cambridge, Corpus Christi offers students an exciting opportunity to explore the ancient city that lies right on their doorstep.

    Accomodation

    Bucksmore bedrooms are located in New Court in the heart of the college. All bedrooms are single with shared bathrooms between 4-6 students.

    Male and female accommodations are in separate staircases with members of staff spread throughout.

    Safety

    Porters Lodge 24/7. There is also an on-site management team available 24 hours a day including first-aid trained members of staff.

    Transfers

    Bucksmore offers a free airport transfer service for all students at Corpus Christi arriving and/or departing between 10:00-20:00 at:

    • London Heathrow (LHR)
    • London Gatwick (LGW)
    • London Stansted (STN)

    Students requesting private transfers outside of these destinations and times will be subject to additional charges.

    History

    Founded in 1352 by the members of two urban guilds in the wake of the Black Death, the college possesses one of the finest libraries in the world, the Parker Library, which includes the oldest book in England and the first picture of an elephant ever drawn in this country.

    William Wilkins, who designed New Court in Corpus Christi also went on to design the National Gallery in London. Corpus was his favourite work however, and he is now buried in the college chapel, per his request.

  • Location

    London, UK

    Location

    London, UK

  • Bedrooms

    Single bedrooms.

    Separate male and female accommodation

    Bedrooms

    Single bedrooms.

    Separate male and female accommodation

  • Bathrooms

    En-suite

    Bathrooms

    En-suite

  • Available airports

    London Heathrow, London Gatwick

    Available airports

    London Heathrow, London Gatwick

  • Available courses

      Available courses

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      Bucksmore English

      Corpus Christi College
      Age range: 16-18
      Advised language level: B2 (Upper intermediate) - C1 (Native)

      Who is this course for?

      • Students aspiring to a career in architecture or engineering
      • Students with a keen interest in construction and design
      • Students who want to expand their academic portfolio to assist their entrance into university
      • Motivated students who want to gain key insights into the skills required to succeed in the architectural and design industry
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      Young Professionals

      Corpus Christi College
      Age range: 16-18
      Advised language level: B2 (Upper intermediate) - C1 (Native)

      Who is this course for?

      • Students aspiring to a career in architecture or engineering
      • Students with a keen interest in construction and design
      • Students who want to expand their academic portfolio to assist their entrance into university
      • Motivated students who want to gain key insights into the skills required to succeed in the architectural and design industry
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      Advanced Studies Programme

      Corpus Christi College
      Age range: 16-18
      Advised language level: B2 (Upper intermediate) - C1 (Native)

      Who is this course for?

      • Students aspiring to a career in architecture or engineering
      • Students with a keen interest in construction and design
      • Students who want to expand their academic portfolio to assist their entrance into university
      • Motivated students who want to gain key insights into the skills required to succeed in the architectural and design industry
      Book a free consultation with one of our friendly Admissions Coordinators!

      Download a course outline