Kings Education has four colleges in the UK, located in London, Oxford, Brighton and Bournemouth, with approximately 160 students and 80 boarders per campus. There is equal focus on academic progress, English development, cultural adjustment, personal support, university guidance, extracurricular opportunities and accommodation provision.
At Kings, the students don’t wear uniforms. They are not expected to learn mottos or historic rituals. Instead, their aim is to develop independent minds and show tolerance to their fellow students.[Text Wrapping Break]
The colleges all ensure very small classes with highly qualified teachers and aim to achieve excellent results. Kings develop flexible pathways for each student, giving them the support they need and providing professional university guidance.
Top priorities are happiness, safety and wellbeing of the students, as happy, confident students are successful students. The dedicated care and support teams ensure personal wellbeing as well as academic success.
Kings offers student residences, with a choice of single or shared ensuite rooms, and live-in staff on-site for 24-hour support and welfare at all of the campuses. They also offer homestay for students wanting the opportunity to be part of a UK family. The Accommodation Officers help students settle in, whatever accommodation is chosen, and are on hand to offer help and support.
Kings believe successful students are those who make the most of their opportunities, inside and outside the classroom. That’s why students at Kings are totally immersed in an interactive learning environment. Extra-curricular opportunities include work experience, Kings Debating Society, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Kings Business Enterprise Scheme, educational visits, regular excursions, an extracurricular lecture programme, a monthly activities calendar and other clubs and societies.