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Scholarships at King's College London, University of London

There are 14 scholarships available at King's College London, University of London.

Sanctuary Scholarship

Student requirements

Kings College London is proud to announce that we will be awarding up to eight scholarships for forced migrants in 2018. These will comprise of a full tuition fee waiver and an £11,000 living costs scholarship per year of study. Further information will be released in January 2018. Applications will open in January until the 29th March. Please note you must have an offer to study at King’s College London to apply.

Application details

TBC

Funding type

Bursary and fees coverage

Bursary value

9,93,628

Paid to successful student

Once

Further funding details

covers tuition fee + £11,000 stipend

Dickson Poon Law Scholarship

Level of study

Undergraduate

Student requirements

The Dickson Poon Scholarship programme is open to all applicants who apply via UCAS for a place on an undergraduate Law programme at King’s commencing in September 2018 (2018 entry). The programme is also open to applicants who apply via UCAS for deferred entry to an undergraduate Law programme at King’s commencing in September 2019 (deferred entry in 2018). We welcome applications from home, EU and international students.

Application details

The scholarship application form can be downloaded on our website and includes full instructions on how to apply. Please also carefully read the guidance notes, which can also be downloaded. The Scholarships will be awarded by a Selection Panel appointed by the Dean of The Dickson Poon School of Law. The Selection Panel will assess and select successful applicants on the basis of outstanding merit. The Panel will not take into account an applicant’s financial circumstances. There are two application rounds, and applicants may only apply to one round. The deadline for the first round is 12 noon (GMT) on Tuesday 31 October 2017, and the deadline for the second round is 12 noon (GMT) on Thursday 1 March 2018. Applications received before the October deadline will be considered in the first round. Applications received at any time after the October deadline but before the March deadline will be considered in the second round. Applications received after the March deadline will not be considered.

Funding type

Bursary

Bursary value

4,51,649

Paid to successful student

Per year

Further funding details

plus accommodation

Application deadline

Expected March 2019

Dr Antony Kidman Scholarship in Health Psychology

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

Eligible applicants must meet the following criteria: undertaking the full-time MSc Health Psychology at King's, 2018 entry; have firmly accepted an offer of a place in study from September 2018; have provided a written personal statement; Home/EU/International fee status with a household income of £50,000 or less; willing to provide an end of year report and a letter of thanks to the donor.

Application details

To apply, you should download the application form. Complete and return it to the Student Funding Office. The deadline for applications is 30 June 2018.

Funding type

Bursary

Bursary value

9,03,298

Paid to successful student

Once

Application deadline

Expected June 2019

Development and validation of C-POS (children’s palliative outcome scale)

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

MSc in Palliative Care or related subject (with a 2:1 degree), and to have undertaken at least some research in palliative care or paediatrics. English Language requirements: If English is not your first language you will be required to provide evidence at the time of application that you meet the minimum English requirements for the Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care PhD programmes (Band D) as prescribed by the University’s English Language requirements.

Application details

How to apply: If you are interested in applying please send a letter (maximum 2 A4 pages) and CV to pa-richardharding@kcl.ac.uk with the following details: • State why you are applying and include a summary of your relevant research in palliative care or paediatrics to date • Show how the direction of this study fits with your personal aspirations • State when you would be available to start

Funding type

Bursary and fees coverage

Bursary value

15,35,607

Paid to successful student

Once

Application deadline

Expected October 2019

King's IoPPN Dean's Scholarships 2018

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

These awards are open to UK/EU and International applicants. Applicants must fulfil all of the following requirements: Have applied to one of the following full-time MSc programmes at King’s College London, and be due to commence their programme in September 2018: Addiction Studies Affective Disorders Child & Adolescent Mental Health Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences Clinical Neuropsychiatry Clinical Neuroscience Early Intervention in Psychosis Family Therapy Forensic Mental Health Genes, Environment & Development in Psychology & Psychiatry Global Mental Health Health Psychology International Programme in Addiction Studies Mental Health Studies Neuroimaging Neuroscience Organisational Psychiatry & Psychology Psychiatric Research War & Psychiatry Fulfil the relevant academic and English proficiency entry requirements for the MSc programme, set by King’s College London. As the award provides partial funding only, applicants must be able to confirm that they have/are seeking the means to support any outstanding fees/costs not covered by this scheme i.e. through other funding awards or self-funding. You must not already hold an MSc or equivalent postgraduate qualification. Students who already hold a master’s degree or higher are not eligible for this funding but students who have undertaken prior postgraduate study such as PG Diplomas or PG Certificates or clinical/medical qualifications are eligible.

Application details

You must submit an online admissions application for one of the above MSc programmes. Once you have applied for your chosen MSc programme, you will automatically be entered into the competition process. You must ensure that your application is ‘complete’ in order to be considered for funding. To be deemed ‘complete’, it must contain all the relevant supporting documentation required by the Faculty applied to, such as references, transcripts, and English language scores.

Funding type

Bursary

Bursary value

90,330 - 4,51,649

Paid to successful student

Once

Desmond Tutu Scholarship

Level of study

Undergraduate

Student requirements

All undergraduate degree students starting at King’s in 2017, who do not already have a previous degree from a UK, EU or international institution, are eligible to apply, though the following selection criteria will be applied to each applicant: In order to be eligible* to apply for the Desmond Tutu Scholarship, students must: must be undertaking a first degree; not hold a first degree from a UK, EU or other international institution; not be NHS-funded in their first year of study; will only be considered if you are subsequently confirmed as holding an offer from King’s; submit an essay, not to exceed 1,000 words, titled: “How do you think an education at King's College London would help you to serve society once you graduate?” submit a copy of your curriculum vitae (CV) which demonstrates existing work in service to society. * Please note that being eligible does not mean an automatic entitlement to a scholarship, as final selection by committee is based upon your essay and CV submission.

Application details

The word limit is 1,000 words. The essay title is: How do you think an education at King's College London would help you to serve society once you graduate? The criteria for evaluation of the essay: the academic merit of the assignment – a clear and fluent style with a well focused and structured argument; an understanding and exposition of how skills learnt at the College will be able to translate into action to serve society. Applicants will also be required to provide a Curriculum Vitae (CV) which demonstrates your existing work in service to society. The selection panel will consist of a group of key academics from across King’s College London. The selection of candidates is a matter of academic judgement. All decisions of the panel are final.

Funding type

Bursary

Paid to successful student

Once

Further funding details

The scholarship is payable in year one of your course of study and will be paid to as a single cash bursary in October 2017.

Executive LLM Scholarship

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

he King’s College London and IBA Executive LLM course is a two-year, part-time degree course for commercial, in-house or regulatory lawyers who are keen to build on their achievements and develop their career. Generous scholarships of up to 100% of postgraduate diploma tuition fees are available to eligible applicants (worth up to £24,000). What does the scholarship offer? The scholarships are worth up to 100% of postgraduate diploma tuition fees are available to eligible applicants (worth up to £24,000), and are intended to help support the recipients with the cost of tuition fees over two years, whilst studying. Am I eligible to apply? All applicants to the King’s College London and IBA Executive LLM course are welcome to apply for these scholarship opportunities. The School will award scholarships based on the following eligibility criteria, as well as to ensure a global distribution of cultural, legal and professional perspectives: be able to demonstrate financial need, have attained at least a 2:1 or international equivalent at undergraduate degree level

Application details

Applicants for the King’s College London and IBA Executive LLM are asked to describe their financial circumstances and explain how the scholarship will support their ability to this study on the course.

Funding type

Fees coverage

Bursary value

100% of fees covered

Paid to successful student

Once

Bosco Tso and Emily Ng Scholarship

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

Eligible students must be: be undertaking the 1 year LLM Law programme at King's, 2017 entry; be able to demonstrate a need for financial assistance; have provided a written personal statement; be willing to provide an end of year report and a letter of thanks to the donor.

Application details

Download an application form. The application form should be completed, scanned and emailed to funding@kcl.ac.uk. Alternatively it may be posted to Student Funding Office. You must submit a word/pdf version of your supporting statement. This should be emailed to funding@kcl.ac.uk.

Funding type

Bursary and fees coverage

Bursary value

20,32,421

Paid to successful student

Once

Singapore Scholarship Fund

Level of study

Undergraduate,Postgraduate

Student requirements

Eligible applicants must meet the following criteria: undertaking a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate taught programme at King's, 2017 entry; undertaking a course at one of the faculties listed above; have provided a written personal statement; have a household income of £42,620 or less (or equivalent); willing to provide an end of year report and a letter of thanks to the donor.

Application details

To apply, you should download the application form. Complete and return it to the Student Funding Office.

Funding type

Bursary and fees coverage

Bursary value

18,06,596

Paid to successful student

Once

Further funding details

One £10,000 postgraduate scholarship, two £20,000 undergraduate scholarships

Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Scholarship

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

Eligible applicants must meet the following criteria: have achieved a 2:1 or a 1st at undergraduate degree level (or equivalent); must provide both a personal and a financial statement; be able to demonstrate financial hardship and a household income of £40,000 or less (or equivalent); be applying to undertake one of the following courses at King’s College London, as a full-time student starting in September 2017: Conflict, Security & Development History of War Intelligence & International Security International Conflict Studies International Peace & Security International Relations Non-Proliferation & International Security Science & Security South Asia & Global Security Terrorism, Security & Society War Studies

Application details

To apply, download the application form and return it to the Student Funding Office.

Funding type

Bursary

Bursary value

18,06,596

Paid to successful student

Once

Further funding details

paid in 4 installments of £5,000

King's IoPPN Clinician Investigator Scholarship 2018-19

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

For the Masters’ Programmes, applicants must: have submitted an application to a MSc at the IoPPN; be a graduate of GKT School of Medicine or its affiliates, or if an undergraduate, must have completed at least 3 years of their MBBS course, and have undertaken a clinical attachment in either psychiatry or neurology; agree to provide an end of year report and a letter of thanks to the donor and attend events where necessary. provide a written personal statement (up to 1000 words) including: why they wish to undertake this course of study; an example of a piece of academic work (e.g. a scientific publication or clinical report) that they have undertaken; evidence of strong academic ability.

Application details

Applications are accepted from 1st Feb 2018. The deadline for applications is 31st Jul 2018 Download an application form. The application form should be completed, scanned and emailed to funding@kcl.ac.uk. Alternatively it may be posted to Student Funding Office. You must submit word/pdf versions of your supporting statement and research proposal. These should be emailed to funding@kcl.ac.uk.

Funding type

Bursary and fees coverage

Bursary value

18,06,596

Paid to successful student

Per year

Norman Spink Scholarship

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

Eligible students must: be undertaking the 1 year LLM Law programme at King's, 2017 entry; be undertaking the LLM (Tax Law Pathway); be able to demonstrate a need for financial assistance; have provided a written personal statement; be willing to provide an end of year report and a letter of thanks to the estate of the donor.

Application details

Applications can be downloaded on our website. The application form should be completed, scanned and emailed to funding@kcl.ac.uk. Alternatively it may be posted to Student Funding Office. You must submit a word/pdf version of your supporting statement. This should be emailed to funding@kcl.ac.uk.

Funding type

Bursary

Bursary value

9,03,298

Paid to successful student

Once

Yeoh Tiong Lay LLM Law Scholarship

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of: Proven academic excellence The Selection Panel will take the following into account in the selection process: Results achieved by candidate in his/her undergraduate degree Strength of candidate’s essay and personal statement

Application details

Send your completed Yeoh Tiong Lay LLM Law Scholarship Programme application form to the Law PGT Admissions Team via the Admissions Portal by no later than the application deadline below. Please type “2017 Yeoh Tiong Lay LLM Scholarship (Your Name)” in the subject line of the message.

Funding type

Bursary and fees coverage

Bursary value

9,03,298

Paid to successful student

Once

Further funding details

fee coverage plus £10,000 towards living costs

Roche University Scholarship

Level of study

Undergraduate,Postgraduate

Student requirements

APPLICANTS MUST SATISFY AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA: (i) From a socially disadvantaged background (with a household income of £25,000 or lower) (ii) From a minority ethnic group (iii) Disabled (iv) Female (v) LGBTQ

Application details

Applications will be via an online application. As part of this, applicants will need to include a 300-word answer to the following questions in order to demonstrate strong leadership potential to date: (i) What they think it means to be a leader; and (ii) Describing a situation where they demonstrated leadership. The bursaries will be presented to successful applicants in October at a landmark event at each university campus.

Funding type

Bursary

Bursary value

67,747

Paid to successful student

Once

Further funding details

Includes an experience day and yearlong mentoring support

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