King's Masters Scholarship

King's College London, University of London

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Award info

  • Award values:
  • Bursary :£2000 for 1 year

  • Application deadline:
  • 31-Mar-14*
    *This is the last application deadline supplied by the provider for this award, we are currently working on updating this information.
  • Award type:
    • Academic excellence
  • Award coverage:
  • Tuition fees
  • Award level:
  • Postgraduate
  • Number of awards:
  • 55
  • Award duration:
  • 1 Academic years

Application info

  • Nationality:
  • EU, UK only
  • Gender:
  • Both
  • Eligibility requirement:
  • The King's Masters Scholarship (KMS) is available to Home and EU students at £2,000 per award. It is open to students for any postgraduate taught programme in the College who have a 2.1 or above (achieved or predicted). Minimum results required: 2.1 2.1

Awards from this institution

Access to Learning Fund 2014
2500 This fund is worth up to £100 - £2,500 and it will be awarded depending on individual circumstances.
International Hardship Fund 2014
This fund covers tuition fees and living costs. Awards will vary in size depending upon the individual circumstances.
King's-USP Joint PhD Scholarship
This award covers international fees, bench fees (at £1.5K) where applicable & stipend.
King's Student Fund
1000 This scholarship is worth up to £1000.
Brazil Institute Scholarship
This award covers international fees & stipend.
Enhanced Support Dentistry Bursary
9000 You will receive £9,000 bursary, paid across their first three years of study in instalments.
Access to Professions Bursary
9000 You will receive £9,000 bursary, paid across their first three years of study in instalments.
Women in Science Scholarship
3000 Numbers of scholarships are available, each worth £3,000.
Desmond Tutu Scholarship
1000 per year for 1 year only There are a total of 40 scholarships available, each worth £1,000. for 1 Academic year
King's Accession Scholarship
This scholarship will cover the difference between the home/EU (lower) and international (higher) tuition fee, for a period of 3-4 years depending on subject area.