Do you want to know what it’s like to be a King’s student? To live in a King’s residence? To hear a King’s professor give a lecture? And how would you like to know right away whether you have been accepted or not?

Come to our Open House on Friday, 25 October, and all of this is possible. Students and parents are invited to experience King’s for the day. Hear and feel what King’s is all about, talk with current students and professors, listen to a lecture by a professor from the Foundation Year Programme, find out about student societies, have lunch in our dining hall, and see King’s for yourself on a student-led campus tour. It’s a fun and informative day!

View the day’s schedule

View the Machiavelli reading

In addition, if you would like to participate in our on-the-spot admissions process, bring along your self-reported grade 11 marks, a list of your grade 12 classes, a completed application form, and a cheque for $65 to cover the application fee. You will know before you leave at the end of the day if you have been accepted.

When you RSVP to attend, we will send you a reading from The Prince, by the 15th-century Florentine thinker Niccolo Machiavelli, that you can read in preparation for the Foundation Year lecture by King’s professor, Dr Simon Kow.

If you have any questions, please contact the Open House co-ordinator, William Barton.