Graduate School funding
The Graduate School provides advice on a wide range of postgraduate funding opportunities and administers a range of funding schemes open to students in pursuit of a postgraduate (both research and taught masters) degree programme.
The Graduate School is pleased to announce some of the new schemes it will be administering to postgraduate students commencing in 2016-17:
Postgraduate research (PGR) funding for international students:
For full details on about the above listed schemes, please click here.
Funding to support Joint PhD programmes:
For full details on about the Joint PhD Scholarship schemes, please click here.
Postgraduate taught (PGT) funding opportunities:
For full details on these PGT funding schemes, please click here.
As you may be aware, the government has confirmed in the recent announcement following the 2015 spending review that it plans to introduce a new system of postgraduate loans for masters students in the UK for the 2016-17 academic year. They will provide up to £10,000 a year for taught and research Masters courses in all subject areas. We will provide additional information about how the scheme will operate as it becomes available, but in the meantime some additional information can be found on the Higher Education Funding Council for England website at
Details of all available funding opportunities at King's College London can be found on the postgraduate funding database.
If you have any questions about your funding application that are not answered on these web pages or in the guidance documents, please contact the Postgraduate and Graduate School Support Office: