Undergraduate and Postgraduate program
Study in : LondonApplication Deadline: March 30, 2018
About the Scholarship:
King’s College London invites applications for international students, especially Africans, who wish to study in London for a bachelor and postgraduate program.
This ongoing, fully-funded grant is a long-awaited opportunity for Africans from a low-income community who can not afford the demands of universities because of poor governance and management, poor funding and neglect of the education sector, poor infrastructure and training facilities. Africans who want to gain further education and who are willing to acquire a high level of knowledge that can turn them into icons can apply immediately.
About the University
King’s College London is a federal university of London in London, United Kingdom, and a federal founding college. King’s was founded in 1829 by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington and is the fourth oldest university in England. In 2016/17, King’s had a total income of £ 778.2 million, of which £ 192.6 million came from research grants and contracts.
£ 1,000 and £ 5,000 scholarships covering both tuition and accommodation costs.
Number of scholarships:
A total of 12 awards are given annually
These scholarships are open to international students, mostly Africans,Applicants should meet the relevant academic and English entry requirements.
- For the bachelor program, applicants must have completed secondary schools
- For the postgraduate program, applicants must submit a first academic degree from a recognized institution
- Student should be excelling academically with high moral standard
- Postgraduate applicants must not be older than 45 years
- The scholarship form must be completed and submitted on or before the application deadline.