Awards for King's students to study in China
The Chinese government, acting through the China Scholarship Council, is offering three scholarships exclusively for King's students to study for a Master's or PhD degree in China, starting in August/September 2013.
For further details of study options, language and other requirements and how to apply, please click here.
Awards for study at King's College London
A number of awards are offered for students intending to commence PhD study in September 2013. The deadline for application for some of the awards below is 1 February 2013.
Kings-China Scholarship Council PhD Scholarship Programme (K-CSC)
For Chinese nationals only. Two awards available especially for China Institute students (seven awards in total available across the College).
Joint PhD Studentship: King's College London & National University of Singapore
Joint PhD Studentship: King's College London & University of Hong Kong
King's Alumni Bursary (KAB)
King's China Institute PhD Studentship
One award available. For students of any nationality. Funding covers living expenses, a research stipend, and tuition fees up to the level of home/EU fees (if awarded to a non home-EU student, the fee difference must be paid). Please note that all current PhD applicant the China Institute will be automatically considered for this award; there is no need to make a separate award application (however you must complete your application for the PhD place). The deadline will be 1 February 2013.
For further information about funding opportunities at King's, please see the Graduate Funding pages, and search the Graduate Funding Database for information relevant to your nationality and field of study.