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Postgraduate Scholarships for International Students, Kingston University, UK

We offer awards totalling £200,000 every year, with each international scholarship worth £3,500. These are open to prospective full-time postgraduate students in any subject area on a one-year taught masters degree based at Kingston University.

Scholarships are available for both September entry and January entry (for courses with a relevant start date).
  • Scholarship applications for September 2014 entry are now open.
  • Scholarship applications for January 2015 entry will open later in the year.
Who can apply?
You can apply for an award if you:
  • are an international student (classified as ‘overseas’ for fee purposes);
  • have an offer of a place on a course at Kingston for 2014/15 entry; and
  • are not currently registered on a postgraduate course at Kingston University.
How are the scholarships awarded?
The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of:
  • academic merit;
  • what you expect to gain from the course you are taking; and
  • what you intend to do after completing the course.
How do I apply?
Before you begin your application, please make sure that you meet the eligibility criteria. You must:
  • be an international student (classified as ‘overseas’ for fee purposes);
  • have an offer of a place on a course at Kingston for 2014/15 entry; and
  • not currently be registered on an undergraduate or postgraduate course at Kingston University.
Please also note that you will need electronic copies of the following documents to make your application online:
  • a copy of your offer letter;
  • an academic reference letter;
  • a copy of your academic transcript/worksheet; and
  • a copy of your Academic IELTS or TOEFL result (where applicable).
Apply online now for September 2014 scholarships

The deadline to apply is Monday 2 June 2014.

When can apply for an international scholarship?
For September entry you can apply for an international scholarship from the end of January of the same year.

For January entry you can apply for an international scholarship from September to November of the previous year.

Please note that in either case, you cannot apply until you have received a conditional or unconditional offer letter from Kingston University.

I have not yet applied to Kingston University. Can I still apply for a scholarship?
No, you cannot apply for an international scholarship until you hold an offer letter (conditional or unconditional) from Kingston University.

What should I write in my letter of support?
Your letter of support should explain to the Scholarships Committee why you should be considered for the scholarship you are applying for. In no more than 500 words you must demonstrate:
  • how you meet the criteria;
  • what you expect to gain from the opportunity;
  • how you intend to use your experience and knowledge in the future; and
  • what your long-term goals/plans are.
The Committee is particularly interested in how you envisage using the knowledge you gain from your course in the development of your country or region.

Who should write my reference letter?
A past tutor or employer should write your reference letter. It should address the following points:
  • relationship with the applicant;
  • why the applicant deserves a scholarship – including comments on their academic achievements and financial situation, if known by the referee; and
  • why they think the applicant will be an asset to the chosen course of study.
Where can I find my application number?
If you are applying for an undergraduate course, your application number is your UCAS reference number, which will be found on all UCAS correspondence.

If you are applying for a postgraduate course, your application number will be on your offer letter (KU ID number).

What happens after I have submitted my scholarship application?
You will receive a confirmation email upon completion of your online scholarship application form.
We will notify successful students by email and post by mid-July of each year for September entry and by mid December for January entry.

Who makes the final decisions and how can I find out the result?
The Scholarships Committee makes the decisions on scholarship applications.

Once the decisions have been made, all applicants will receive an email informing them of the outcome.

Successful students will be notified by email and post by mid-July of each year for September entry and by mid-December for January entry.

Please note that the committee does not correspond with applicants either before or after the decision has been made. The decision of the committee is final.

What do I do if I’m awarded a scholarship?
If you are awarded a scholarship, we will initially inform you by email.

An official letter will follow, providing you with the full details of your award, including instructions on how to accept the offer.

You will need to formally accept the scholarship and its terms.

During and after your period of study we may ask you to participate in promotional activities for the University. This may include receptions and social events, testimonial or publicity articles or even assisting with activities in your home country.

What do I do if I decide to defer my admission or change my course after I have been awarded a scholarship?
The scholarship must be used for the academic course and year for which it is applied and awarded for. If you change your course or defer the year of entry, you will lose the award, which will then be transferred to somebody else.

Can I also apply for a loyalty bursary if I am awarded a scholarship?
Yes, you will still be eligible to apply for one of our loyalty bursaries. You will find all necessary information and the application form on My Kingston (the University’s intranet) after enrolment.

Can I hold an international scholarship and a faculty scholarship?
No, you are only entitled to hold one scholarship each academic year. Therefore, if you have accepted a scholarship award from a particular department, you will be unable to receive another scholarship award from another department.

How is the international scholarship discounted from my fees?
If you are paying by instalments you will receive the £3,500 deduction on your last instalment.

However, if you are paying your tuition full fees advance, you will receive the £3,500 deduction immediately and your tuition fee will be adjusted accordingly.

Where can I find out more?
For further information about the international scholarships or bursaries please contact:

Scholarships Department
International Office
Kingston University London
River House
53–57 High Street
Kingston upon Thames
KT1 1LQ
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 3221
Fax: +44 (0)20 8417 3028



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