New Funding Opportunities for Postgraduate Students at King’s College!

We are very pleased to announce that King’s College is launching three new separate scholarship schemes for postgraduate taught students for 2014-2015 intake. Here are the details:

(1)   King’s Alumni Scholarship (KAS) for Home/EU/Overseas students at £2,500 per award, for students meeting the following criteria:

  •   2.1 or above (achieved or predicted)
  •   offer holder for any postgraduate taught programme in the College
  • be an alumnus or alumna of King’s (including Study Abroad programmes, summer schools, or staff members)

(2)   King’s Masters Scholarships (KMS) for Home and EU students at £2,500 per award, for students who meet the following criteria:

  •   2.1 or above (achieved or predicted)
  •  The scheme will be open to all applicants (preference will be given to certain programmes; see link below for details)
  • offer holder for a postgraduate taught programme from one of the eligible schools (see link below for details)

(3)   King’s International Masters Scholarships (KIMS) for Overseas Students at £10,000 per award for students meeting the following criteria:

  •  2.1 or above (achieved or predicted)
  • offer holder for any postgraduate taught programme at King’s
  •  eligible for international tuition fees from any destination

Students can apply for (and hold) more than one of the awards; application deadline is 17:00 GMT, March 31st, 2014. More information on all three schemes can be found here.

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