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King's statement on 'unconditional' offers reports
King’s College London statement regarding media reports on ‘unconditional’ offers.
In relation to a number of reports in UK media today on Russell Group applications including in the Daily Telegraph , there are a number of misleading points reported which King’s would like to clarify:
King’s College London does not make Unconditional offers to applicants until they have satisfied our academic conditions of entry (e.g. three A Levels or a completed International Baccalaureate), and we will not make Unconditional offers on the basis of predicted grades or GCSE marks.
Amended offers included are likely to be the result of either:
· Offer holders that are not taking UK qualifications submitting their results prior to the A Level results day
· Non-native English speakers who already hold their academic qualifications receiving an offer that is conditional on completing an English language qualification such as IELTS.