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Applications now open for the King’s Pre-University Taster 2017

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Applications now open for the King’s     Pre-University Taster August 2017

The King’s Pre-University Taster is a unique summer experience designed for students enrolled in their last two years of secondary school (IB1/2). The programme provides you with the opportunity to get a taster of a chosen subject at undergraduate level and helps your prepare for your future at university and beyond. You can choose one of the following courses:

  • Cultural History: this is a collaborative course with the Museum of London and is designed for students considering undergraduate study in the Arts and Humanities.
  • Business Management: students will explore both contemporary business management theory and practice and meet a number of young business managers.
  • Law: this course will look at the protection of human rights in UK law and discuss a number of crucial questions in this field.
  • Science: this year the course will focus on space exploration and will give students an overview of the astronomy and physics behind manned spaceflight.

20 tuition-free scholarship places
King’s College London is offering up to 20 tuition-free scholarship places to excellent candidates who are passionate about thinking, learning and communicating. More information is available on the Summer Programmes website.

See the information below for dates and costs.  For further information and to apply, click here.
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