If you are a teacher or careers advisor in a school and would be interested in this opportunity, please send us an email (to slo@kings.cam.ac.uk) with the following information: We require at least 3 weeks notice to organise these visits. Here at King's we are happy to facilitate visits for schools and colleges in our Link area so that students can experience a little bit of Cambridge. We visit schools and colleges to give presentations about the University of Cambridge and King’s, to run workshops on the application process and to participate in Higher Education events for individual schools or areas. See here for details of how to apply, and why King's might be the right College for you. The University of Cambridge is committed to admitting students of the highest intellectual potential, irrespective of social, religious or financial considerations. Link area school and college visits to King's. Dozens of pollinators, invertebrates and plant species have been identified in the meadow. If you're visiting King's you may be able to make an appointment with one of our Admissions Officers during your visit. Dr Sophia Cooke's co-written paper explores the impact that road density may be having on the UK’s birdlife. A message from the Senior Tutor and Admissions Tutors on this year's admissions process. OPEN EVENTS AND VISITING KING'S. Dr Sophia Cooke's co-written paper explores the impact that road density may be having on the UK’s birdlife. School student feedback on these visits has been very positive. King's College has a link to schools in the North East of England which includes schools in Darlington, Durham, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Northumberland, Redcar and Cleveland, Stockton-on-Tees, East Yorkshire, Kingston-upon-Hull and York. King's College A typical one-course meal is in the range £3-4. Junior School. A message from the Senior Tutor and Admissions Tutors on this year's admissions process. One of the 31 constituent Colleges that make up the University of Cambridge, King's College was founded by King Henry VI in 1441 and has continuously striven to uphold Henry’s love for ‘education, religion, learning and research’. Plese note that all fees are liable to rise annually. We hope to encourage all school pupils with the necessary ability, enthusiasm and potential to consider an application to Cambridge. Here at King's we are happy to facilitate visits for schools and colleges in our Link area so that students can experience a little bit of Cambridge. Living Costs. The Schools Liaison Initiative sees King's organise and undertake visits to schools, as well as co-ordinate visits to the College by school pupils and teachers. The University tuition fee depends on your chosen course. At King's, we have two types of room rental arrangement, a 29-week and a 35-week agreement (the latter allows you to stay in your room over the Christmas and Easter vacations). The School and Boarding ; The Choir and Singing ; Auditioning ... One of the 31 constituent Colleges that make up the University of Cambridge, King's College was founded by King Henry VI in 1441 and has continuously striven to uphold Henry’s love for ‘education, religion, learning and research’. We always have a good range of hot and cold dishes available, and endeavour to source fresh produce from the local area. Our link area includes schools in Darlington, Durham, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Northumberland, Redcar and Cleveland, Stockton-on-Tees, East Yorkshire, Kingston-upon-Hull and York. Recordings from King's College Chapel, free to listen to online, Listen to recordings of Chapel services and organ recitals. Overseas students should increase this figure for extra travel or accommodation costs according to their circumstances. Most of the current students choose to have their own computers, with high-speed internet access available in student rooms and wifi in the bar and coffee shop. King's are able to provide free entry to the College grounds and Chapel for UK state schools. read the advice provided on the central University website. The Universities Minister for England announced on 23 June 2020 that EU nationals (except Irish nationals living in the UK or Ireland), other EEA and Swiss nationals will no longer be eligible for home fee status for courses starting in the academic year 2021-22.