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Hello!!

Started this thread to see if anyone else managed to get into the K+ Programme at Kings.

http://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/ug/wp/K-P...Programme.aspx

Also does anyone actually know what sort of stuff you do there. I've managed to get a place in the "healthcare" stream, so if you have any further information i'd like to know!

Looks really good and I especially like the bit where it says "anyone who completes the programme will be given special consideration if you choose to apply to Kings"
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Hi I got into K+ on the History and Politics stream!
So excited to start!!
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Hi I got into K+ on the History and Politics stream!
So excited to start!!
Thats AWESOME! and yh same eager to start!
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Thats AWESOME! and yh same eager to start!
Have been looking for threads about it for ages!
really want to know what it is like
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I've got into the K+ programme for healthcare too!
Cant wait to get started.
So...have you guys thought of what career path to take on?
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Have been looking for threads about it for ages!
really want to know what it is like
Same! But couldnt find any so decided to make a post to see if any past or present students can explain a bit more

But from my understanding i think there going to give advice on how to properly apply to unis like give help with personal statements and more. also i think they are going to show us more in depth how studying at uni is and allow us to look more indepth to our subject choices


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I've got into the K+ programme for healthcare too!
Cant wait to get started.
So...have you guys thought of what career path to take on?
Another "healthcare" stream person

And Really wanna study medicine but if not that probably something like law or chemistry as a back up plan
what about you?


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You could do biomedicine n then get into medicine. A friend of mine will b taking this route because she got lower grades than expected at AS.
I wanna study midwifery at uni.
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If i didnt get an email on the 1st of november does that mean i got rejected?
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I've got into the K+ programme for healthcare too!
Cant wait to get started.
So...have you guys thought of what career path to take on?
How did you find out you got accepted+if i didnt recieve the email on 1st november does that mean i got rejected
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If u didnt get an email then just call the K+ team and ask them whether you have been accepted or rejected
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If u didnt get an email then just call the K+ team and ask them whether you have been accepted or rejected
Can you plese give me their number. I will greatly appreciate it
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0207 848 3455

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K+ will equip us with the skills needed for uni. So we may be doing projects, presentations and stuff like that to help us acquire those skills.

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K+ will equip us with the skills needed for uni.
Wow, they teach you how to cook?
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Wow, they teach you how to cook?
HAHAHA if this is true...then woohoo!!

I can not cook to save my life and am already planning to live off pot noodles and super noodles
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HAHAHA if this is true...then woohoo!!

I can not cook to save my life and am already planning to live off pot noodles and super noodles
It's funny you should say that, because that is what I'm doing at the moment! Pot Noodles are better because they don't require you to wash up afterwards!
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Seriously??? Plz tell me u can at least make tea and toast! U could even use disposable cups and plates.

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Wow, they teach you how to cook?
Not quite sure about the cooking bit though.

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0207 848 3455

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Do you know when there line is open since whenever i call they go to voicemail
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