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Desmond Tutu Scholarships 2013

Posted on 22/11/2012
Desmond Tutu

We are delighted to announce the establishment of the Desmond Tutu Scholarships. The Scholarships are one of the new King’s Scholars Scholarships which will benefit students entering higher education in 2013.

The awards, which are named after one of the College’s most famous alumni, are merit based and designed to attract the best and brightest undergraduate students to King’s College London.  

There are 14 scholarships available: seven for Home/EU students (£7,500 over three years) and seven for International students (£15,000 over three years). Each scholarship will be paid either as a cash bursary or as a payment towards tuition fees at King’s.

How to apply

To apply for a scholarship, you need to have received an offer to study at King’s and must submit an essay to the Student Funding Office by 5pm on Monday 1 April 2013.

To find out more about the scholarship and other undergraduate funding opportunities, please visit the Desmond Tutu Scholarships page and the King’s Scholars page, or contact the Student Funding Office. Information for international students can be found on the international student pages.

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