King's College London

Faculty of Social Science & Public PolicyKing's African Leadership Centre

MSc Global Leadership and Peacebuilding



The offer rate cannot be determined as there are more offers made than there are applications received.
This may be a result of some applicants being offered places in this programme who originally applied for other programmes.

Data shown above is for entry in academic year 2021/22 (sources).


The number of offers may include offers made to applicants who did not apply for the programme
King's College offers some unsuccessful applicants a place in another programme. For some programmes, this causes the number of offers to be higher than the number of applications.


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The acceptance rate, or offer rate, represents the fraction of applicants who received an offer. Note that this will be generally lower the acceptances rates (acceptances divided by applicants) published by many other sources. This article explains it in more detail.
The acceptances generally indicate the number of offer holders who accepted the offer and fulfilled its conditions. For some universities, however, it denotes the number of applicants who accepted the offer, regardless of whether they subsequently met its conditions.

Data Reliability

Unless otherwise noted, the data presented comes from the universities and is generally reliable. However, some of the differences between years and/or courses may be due to different counting methodologies or data gathering errors. This may especially be the case if there is a sharp difference from year to year. If the data does not look right, click the "Report" button located near the top of the page.