To apply for most of our postgraduate programmes at King's you will need to complete our postgraduate online application form. A minority of programmes have a different application procedure which will be outlined below. Applying online makes applying easier and quicker for you, and means we can receive your application faster and more securely.
King's does not normally accept paper copies of the postgraduate application form as applications must be made online. However, if you are unable to access the online postgraduate application form, please contact the relevant admissions/School Office at King's for advice.
If you have already applied to King's through our online application form you can check the status of your application by logging into myApplication myApplication
Completed applications (which will normally consist of an online application form, both references and a transcript of previous degrees) will be considered on a "first come first served" according to the date of completion of the application.
Applications will be initially considered by two academic members of staff. The initial decision will be to either confirm the offer of a place without an interview, invite you for an interview, hold your application for further consideration following the official closing date for applications or reject. It is expected that the majority of applicants offered a place will be required to attend an interview beforehand, although a telephone interview will be offered for overseas candidates.
You should expect to receive this initial decision within three weeks of the date of completion of the application, although this may be slightly longer at peak periods near to the closing date.
Applications received after the closing date will be held as reserve applications, in case there are vacancies or places become available.
PERSONAL STATEMENT & SUPPORTING INFORMATION
Please demonstrate a focused interest in one or more of the following areas: dental public health, community dentistry, preventive programmes, health promotion and/or special needs care.
Overseas students apply for scholarships from the World Health Organisation, or the British Council or the Association of Commonwealth Universities. Overseas applicants must apply in their own countries to the appropriate organisation. Home students are usually self-funded or sponsored by their employing organisation.
1 June 2013.
8-10 students per annum (1 place for home students)
FT Home/EU: £6500; £3,250 for 2013-14 if taken over two years (2013)
FT Overseas: £19000; £9,500 for 2013-14 if taken over two years (2013)