King's University
2003-04
Question: What can I study at King's University?

Answer: King's University has a very wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate
courses in pursuit of your degree. Further information is available on the "Courses" and
"Degrees" web pages.

Question: What qualifications do I need to study through King's University?

Answer: As a general guide we look for good high-school qualifications which would at
least gain you entry to a degree course in your own country. In some cases we may
recommend an additional Foundation Course year of study before granting degree course
admission.

Country-specific
United States: Students with a good high school diploma (GPA of 3.0 or above),
supplemented by at least 550 in each part of SAT I, preferably plus relevant SAT II
subjects or APT subjects at grades 3 or better, may be admitted to degree courses.
Mature Students may apply with a GED and work-related experiences.

United Kindom: Students with a Scottish Highers and Advanced Highers, GCE A levels, AS
levels and Vocational A levels, Irish Highers, is acceptable for entry into the degree
programs. Mature students are accepted with the following qualifications: SQA (or
SCOTVEC) HND's and HNC's, AGNVQ's, GSVQ's, EDEXCEL (or BTEC) HND's and HNC's.
Canada: The High School Certificate or Diploma of each province or territory, awarded
after year 12, with good passes in relevant subjects, is acceptable for entry into
thedegree programs.

China: Students with excellent results (85%+) from key schools, and those who have
achieved good results in the Chinese National University entrance exams, may be
admitted to degree courses. In most cases foundation study will be required prior to
degree entry. A three-year Chinese university diploma would normally allow entry into the
3rd year of a related degree course.

Gulf States: Students with a high school diploma will normally be offered a one-year
foundation course prior to degree entry. Holders of a junior college diploma may be
allowed advanced entry into the 2nd or 3rd year of a related degree course.

India: For entry to the 1st year of our degree courses, students must have good results
(60%+ best of four including English) in the CBSE, ISC or leading state board XII
Standard exams. Students with excellent grades (75%+) in relevant subjects may be able
to enter the 2nd year of some degree courses directly.

Kenya: Students holding good passes (C or above) in at least 10 of the subjects studied
for the KCSE examinations may be admitted to degree courses. Points accumulated from
subject clusters of 31 and above will also be taken into consideration.

Malaysia: Students with the Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) may be admitted to
the 1st or 2nd year of degree courses.

Mexico: Students who hold the Bachillerato (minimum score of 10) and who have
successfully passed the Mexican University Entrance examination will be considered for
entry to degree programs.

Norway: Holders of the Vitnemal-videregaende opplaering (upper school leaving
certificate) may be admitted to the 1st or 2nd year of degree courses.

Russia: Students holding good passes (mainly grades 4 and 5) in the Attestat o Srednem
Obrazovanii (Certificate of Secondary Education), if taken in year 11, may be admitted to
degree courses.

Singapore: Normally a minimum of 2 passes is required. Students may be admitted to the
1st or 2nd year of degree courses.

South Africa: Holders of the Senior Certificate/ Matriculation Endorsement with
appropriate passes at Higher Grade will be considered for direct admission to degree
programs.

South Korea: Students with a high school diploma will normally be offered a one-year
foundation course prior to degree entry. Holders of a college diploma may be allowed
advanced entry into the 2nd or 3rd year of a related degree course.

Taiwan: Students with a high school diploma will normally be offered a one-year
foundation course prior to degree entry. Holders of a junior college diploma may be
allowed advanced entry into the 2nd or 3rd year of a related degree course.

Viet Nam: Students successfully completing and holding good passes (7.5 or above) in
the upper Secondary School Graduation Certificate 'Nghiep Pho Thong Trung Hoc' may be
admitted to degree courses.

West Africa: Holders of the West African Senior School Certificate (WASSC) will be
considered for admission to 1st year of degree programs.