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The general rule as far as supplementary studies is concerned is as follows:
"While you are studying the course for which your Student immigration permission was issued you can take extra courses at any level, with any course provider. This includes short courses during vacations and in the period between the end of your course and the end of your visa. The provider of the extra course is not required to have a Student sponsor licence. There is no need for either the provider or you to notify the Home Office about the supplementary study. While there are no immigration restrictions on supplementary study, you should check that the academic regulations at your sponsor institution allow you to take an extra course."
The above is from here: https://www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Visas-and-Immigration/Student-route-eligibility-and-requirements
Does your proposed studies at Kings meet the above criteria?
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I am afraid in that case you cannot do the Kings course as you cannot hold two student visas at the same time.
All the best
Not as far as I am aware. You may check with Kings to double verify.
Good luck in your studies.
You may proceed with the course at Kings and see what happens (at your risk), as it is a grey area, I would not wish to speculate on what action the Home Office may or may not take.