King's International Graduate Scholarship
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The Graduate School at King's College London is offering up to 35 King's International Graduate scholarships (KINGS) awards to international students who intend to pursue a full-time postgraduate research (PGR) or postgraduate taught (PGT) programme at King's to commence in the 2012/13 academic session. One of these scholarships will be allocated specifically to an Australian national, and applicants for both research (PGR) and taught (PGT) degree programmes will be eligible to be considered for this specific award.
Applicants must: be Australian nationals; be commencing a full-time postgraduate research programme or master programme at King's College London in the 2012/2013 academic year; and hold a first-class or very good upper second-class honours undergraduate degree. Selection is based on academic merit, strength of the research proposal, and the matching of the applicant's interests with his/her supervisor. Recipients will be liable to pay tuition fees at the full international/overseas rate.
The scholarship is valued at up to 15,000 pounds per year depending on the programme. Tenure is for up to 3 years for a research programme (subject to satisfactory progress), and for 1 year for a taught programme.
4th February 2013