King’s of rah

It’s official: nearly a third of students at KCL are privately educated.


Ever noticed that KCL is full of posh people? You weren’t far wrong. A new study shows that 28.2% of students at King’s are privately educated. 

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A huge 1820 students at King’s come from privately educated backgrounds – clearly marking us out as a ‘rah’ uni.

But it turns out we’re not the only toff filled uni in London. UCL is brimming with 2,060 students from independent schools.

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Other London universities are more Jack the lad than Jack Wills – London South Bank University only gave places to 45 privately educated students for their 2005-2007 intake.

Unsurprisingly, typically upper-class Oxbridge topped the table, with Oxford taking in a whopping 3820 students from private schools.