Ariyaratnam Bursary 2011-12
£3,000 bursary available for undergraduate students starting in 2011.
What is the Ariyaratnam Bursary?
Established in 2011, this bursary has been made possible by the generosity of Mr Ineeyan Ariyaratnam who, as an alumnus of the university, would like to support a student throughout their time at King’s with a grant of £1,000 a year for the full three years of their degree. The bursary aims to ensure your time at King’s is spent in the most academically and personally fulfilling way possible
The award is aimed at relieving hardship to give students the opportunity to pursue a rounded educational experience, both within and beyond their studies. The award supports one undergraduate student with £1,000 per year for the first 3 years of their study.
Am I eligible to apply?
This £3,000 bursary is intended to support students who started at King's in 2011-12, and who are a resident of a SAARC country (South Asian Association for Regional Countries).
Eligible countries are:
Applications will be shortlisted based on the financial information and supporting statement provided, and final selection will be made in conjunction with end of year examination results.
How do I apply?
Download the form here.
Complete and return it to the Student Funding Office..
The deadline for applications is Friday 27 July 2012.
When will the bursary be paid?
The first instalment will be released with notification of a successful application, and the remaining instalments will be released in June 2013 and June 2014, dependent upon continued attendance and satisfactory academic progress.
Please note that you will not be eligible for a payment in years that you are repeating, resitting, interrupting or intercalating. If you transfer to another course or withdraw, you will cease to be eligible for any further payments.
Where can I get further information?
To find out more about the Ariyaratnam Bursary scheme, contact the Student Funding Office.
The College has tried to give students an early opportunity to begin their research of student funding. Although every effort has been made to ensure that information provided is both helpful to prospective candidates and accurate at the time of its publication, it is possible that some information may be outdated or superseded before the start of the 2011-12 academic year