King's College London
Tuesday 16 February 2021 -
18:00 to 20:00

The British Council and King’s College London invite you to join a virtual seminar: “Prepare to study at King’s College London”

  • Find out more about studying Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes at King’s College London
  • Listen to alumni’s experiences and tips for Thai students who want to study at King’s College London
  • Have a one-to-one meeting with a university representative (optional)


18.00-18.30 Registration
18.30-18.50 Studying Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses at King’s College London by Calum Hebron, International Officer 
18.50-19.30 King’s College London Alumni Talk
19.30-20.00 Q&A
20.00-21.00 One-to-one meeting with King’s College London representative (20 minutes per slot) 


  • Calum Hebron has worked for King’s College London for 3 years, providing information to students from around the world on London, King’s and the application process. He is also a King’s College London alumni, having studied Religion, Politics and Society.
  • Dr Udomsak Rakwongwan (Em) received the Development and Promotion of Science and Technology Talents Project (DPST) scholarship (Royal Government of Thailand scholarship) to do his BSc in Mathematics at Kasetsart University. He then got his Master’s and PhD in Financial Mathematics from King’s College London. He graduated with Distinction, with the highest overall score in his programme. Dr Udomsak was a tutor at KCL for 3 years during his PhD, teaching both first-year  undergraduates as well as MSc students. He also co-authored and designed dissertation questions for MSc students in Financial Mathematics. Dr Udomsak is now working as a lecturer at Kasetsart University, specialising in asset and liability management and asset allocation.
  • Bank Uttamachai has worked for British Council Thailand for four years and is currently the Science Manager, managing the Newton Fund, FameLab, and making connections between Thai and UK researchers. He was previously involved in developing collaboration between Thai-UK higher education sectors, and with industry sectors particularly in the food sector. Prior to his position at the British Council, he worked as a dietitian in a Thai hospital. Bank earned his Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Public Health from King’s College London.