Kings Los Angeles is located just a few minutes' walk from the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. It is one of a range of attractions in the surrounding area.
Students enjoying the sunshine in one of the outdoor areas at Kings Los Angeles.
The La Mirada Residence at Kings Los Angeles is just a 15-20 minute walk from the main teaching block. It offers students en suite, self-catering accommodation.
The Student Zone at Kings Boston is an area inside Ellsworth Hall where students can relax and socialise between lessons.
Students at Kings Los Angeles have access to a range of great beaches close by that are easily reached by public transport.
A single room at the La Mirada Residence in Los Angeles. All rooms are en suite and contain a flat screen TV.
The modern new entrance at Kings London. The steps lead to a bright, spacious reception area where you'll be welcomed by members of the Student Services team.
The common rooms in the on-campus accommodation blocks at Kings Boston offer a great space to relax and socialise with friends.
The attractions of Central London are a 20-minute journey away from Kings London, and easily reached by public transport.
Kings Los Angeles is located just between Sunset and Hollywood Boulevards, right in the heart of Hollywood.
Students of Chemistry, Biology and Physics at Kings London have access to a fully-equipped science lab.
Most classrooms have interactive whiteboards at Kings London. These are a great resource for helping teachers make lessons interactive and varied.
The location of Kings Los Angeles, right in the heart of Hollywood, makes it the perfect place for our English Plus Film and Vacation Plus Film courses.
At Kings London we have a media centre which is used for lessons. Outside lesson time, students can also use it to access the internet.
A Kings Los Angeles student in the new La Mirada Premium residence. All rooms here are twin and en suite, and contain a kitchenette.
The Bodleian Library, the main research library of the University of Oxford, is one of the oldest libraries in Europe. It is located in the city centre, just a few minutes' walk from St. Michaels campus.
A beautiful image of Boston Common, one of the city's many municipal parks. Kings Boston is just a 15 minute subway ride from the downtown area, making it easy for students to explore in their free time.
Bournemouth is both a beach resort and a university city. It's a lively and friendly place, and is very popular with students.
The campus at Kings London includes an Annexe building where many of the English language courses are held. This is at 1-minute walk from the main buuilding where you have other classrooms, the cafeteria and administrative offices.
Kings Bournemouth is based in a leafy area of Bournemouth, within easy reach of the famous white sandy beaches and of the town centre. There is lots of green space around the College for students to relax and have fun with their new friends!
This is 58 Braidley Road where aside from classrooms, students can find the cafeteria, student services and some of the administrative offices.
The "Link" building, as it is sometimes known, contains the reception area and cafeteria and links the two detached houses that make up the main part of Kings London. It is a bright space, benefiting from glass front windows and rooflights.
Visiting the beaches is always a favourite excursion for students at Kings Los Angeles.
At the entrance of Ellsworth Hall.
An aerial view of the Pine Manor Campus, where Kings Boston is situated. The view highlights how green the area is and its proximity to downtown Boston.
Students at Kings London benefit from a bright, new cafeteria serving a fantastic range of hot and cold food. This space is also used for activities such as student-organised fashion shows, arts and crafts, dance nights, board game nights and lots more.
The bright, welcoming reception area at Kings Los Angeles.
The famous Bournemouth Balloon is another of the many attractions for Kings Bournemouth students to enjoy in this lively seaside city. It is offers spectacular views of the surrounding areas, including the Dorset coast.
Altitude High Ropes Adventure is one of the places visited as part of the activities and excursions programme at Bournemouth. Here, students can climb and jump off trees and rope walls (with safety harnesses!), and fly on zip wires.
This is an aerial view of the main shopping area in Oxford's city centre, just a 1-minute walk from St. Michaels campus.
This is number 51 Braidley Road, where most of the lessons for students on academic programmes are held at Kings Bournemouth.
It is across the road from number 58 Braidley Road where more classrooms, administrative offices, student services and the cafeteria are located.
This is a view of the garden where students can relax and enjoy some fresh air between lessons at Kings London. We also have tables for outside dining, and there is a table tennis and big bean bags to relax on. The picture also shows the back glass windows of the cafeteria.
The reception at St. Michaels was recently refurbished, and is a bright, spacious area for students to socialise outside of lessons.
The spacious art studio at Kings Oxford is housed in an annexe building adjacent to the main College.
There is wi-fi in Ellsworth Hall and a Computer Learning Center where students can access e-mail and internet between lessons.
One of the science labs at St. Josephs campus in Oxford.
Charminster is a residence we own for exclusive use of our students in the Charminster area of Bournemouth, very popular with students of Bournemouth University.
The Residence opened in early 2013 and it has already become a favourite among students. All rooms are en suite and there is a choice of single and twin occupancy. The picture shows one of the single rooms.
For more information about residential accommodation in Bournemouth go to Kings Bournemouth Accommodation.
In London we offer homestay with selected hosts we have been using for a long time and student houses for more independent students.
Students chatting outside St. Michaels campus in Oxford city centre.
Kings Boston students can borrow books from the well-stocked libraries at Pine Manor College.
A shot of the central Boston area. It highlights the city's mix of historic and modern buildings, and its spacious, open feel.
The College has spaces where students can relax and socialise between lessons, both outside when the weather is nice and inside where it is warm in the cold months!
The cafeteria at Kings Bournemouth serves hot and cold lunches.
The ideal place to relax and socialise outside lessons at Kings Boston.
Students in a classroom at Kings Oxford
Bournemouth has one of the best beaches in England: wide and with fine white sand. It's a great place for beach sports such as volleyball and is a favourite with Kings Bournemouth students in all seasons!
An aerial view of St. Josephs campus in Cowley. This is where the academic programmes at Kings Oxford are taught.
In Oxford we offer a number of student houses for the exclusive use of our students. They are refurbished to the highest standard and rooms are all single occupancy. This option is for more independent students who want to make friends.
Students at Kings Bournemouth benefit from comfortable, well-equipped classrooms.
Our brand new city annexe will provide 18 new classrooms right in the heart of Bournemouth town centre.
Entrance to our brand new building at St Peters Quarter, located in Bournemouth's city centre.
St Peters has a spacious common area where students can lounge before, in-between and after classes.
The spacious common area at St. Peters is the perfect place for students to lounge before, between and after classes.
A staffed reception desk is in the Student Zone to help students with any enquiry they might have.
One of the many bright new classrooms at St Peters Quarter.
The classrooms at St Peters are light and spacious.