Graduate & Advanced Applicants affected by Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The University of King’s College is committed to supporting students whose application process is impacted by the Novel Coronavirus. For students who are unable to obtain required documentation (official transcripts, English proficiency test scores) due to closures of schools and test centers, we are making the following allowances:
Updates for January 2021 Applicants
The Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS) is making temporary allowances for applicants living in regions experiencing school, test centre and/or postal service closures. If this affects you, the University of King’s College will accept:
To meet the needs of applicants during this challenging time, we are accepting the following tests:
This test is currently open to students around the world except for those who reside in China and Iran. The use of this test for admission to graduate studies at the University of King’s College may be reassessed in the future.
This test is being considered official for those applying during the COVID-19 pandemic. The use of this test for admission to graduate studies at the University of King’s College may be reassessed in the future.
If your referee is unable to fulfill the requirements regulating graduate studies reference letters, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org your referee’s email address, their full name, professional designation and their relationship to you. Inform King’s that you were unable to obtain a reference from this referee through Dalhousie’s electronic reference system or as a paper-based reference to be delivered via the post. The Admissions Office at King’s will follow up with your referee to request the reference directly.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies no longer requires paper documents for the terms between September 2020 and June 2021. Please refer to the above information related to final documents.
Please send all supporting documentation for your graduate application to email@example.com.
Last updated August 28, 2020