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Estonia

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Overseas qualifications and entry requirements
English language requirements
Scholarships
Your community in London

Overseas qualifications and entry requirements

Undergraduate

The Estonian Gmnaasiumi lputunnistus (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) is acceptable for entry to undergraduate programmes at King’s. The grades acceptable vary from programme to programme, from a score between 4 and 5, with possible subject preferences. For exact grade requirements for your desired degree programme, please go the online prospectus and visit the academic entry requirements section.  If you would like to discuss your qualifications and the entry requirements, the departmental admissions team would be happy to offer help and guidance. You can find their contact details on the course web pages through the online prospectus.

All undergraduate applications must be made through the UCAS. The recommended deadline for applicants is 15 January of each year.

For further information about admissions visit Applying to King's and the UCAS website

 

Postgraduate

You will be considered for entry onto a postgraduate taught programme if you have taken a bachelor's degree that is recognised as equivalent to a UK Bachelor (Honours) degree from a recognised university and achieved good grades. Further information on academic entry requirements is listed on the online prospectus under the programme of your choice.

For postgraduate research programmes at King’s you are typically required to be studying for or have completed a master's degree from a recognised university and in a directly related subject in order to be eligible for entry, although this is not always necessary. If you do not hold a recognised master's degree, please contact the admissions tutor or potential supervisor for advice and further guidance. You can find their contact details on the course web pages through the online prospectus.

In addition, it is highly recommended that all prospective graduate research students contact the relevant supervisor in order to discuss the research proposal and supervision.

Graduate applications can be made through the online application system. For further information about admissions visit Applying to King's.

English language requirements

King's accepts a number of different English language tests for entry onto our programmes of study with IELTS being the most common. English language requirements vary slightly from subject to subject. For a full list please refer to the undergraduate and graduate tables. Our British Council accredited English Language Centre also offers a range of pre-sessional, foundation and pre-master’s programmes should you need to improve your English in advance of your degree.

Scholarships 

 

The Student Funding Office offers information and advice on all scholarships and bursaries at both undergraduate and graduate level. 

Undergraduate

King’s offers a variety of scholarships for international undergraduate students.  This includes the King’s Scholars scheme which is a merit based scheme for for students who have already enrolled, rewarding academic excellence.  For information on all the funding available to undergraduates and how to apply please contact the Student Funding Office.

Postgraduate

King’s Graduate School offers a range of funding opportunities for postgraduate students applying from Estonia.  These include the King’s International Graduate ScholarshipsKing’s Overseas Research Students AwardsSchool of Law LLM Scholarships and many more.  For a full list and details on how to apply please visit the postgraduate funding pages. In addition all graduate funding opportunities are listed in the graduate funding database.

There are a number of external scholarship providers that will also offer scholarships for Polish students, such as the  Medical Research Council, the  Arts & Humanities Research Council, the  Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, the  Economic and Social Research Council and the  Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council. For more details of those and other scholarships available, visit our  graduate funding database. 

Further scholarship information can be found on the British Council website and UKCISA website.

Your community in London 

King's has a very active and prominent European Society. It is a dynamic organisation intended to promote European culture and awareness of broader European issues. Always adopting a non-partisan position on debate, the Society is regularly addressed by distinguished and respected speakers who in the past have included Sir Edward George (Governor of the Bank of England), Bill Morris (leader of the TGWU) and journalist Simon Heffer

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