Fee discount for Chilean ANID/CONICYT Scholars who enroll on postgraduate programmes at King's College London.
King's College London and the Agencia Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo, ANID (formerly The National Commission for Scientific & Technological Research, CONICYT), Chile, have signed an agreement to offer a fee discount to Chilean ANID/CONICYT Scholars who enroll on postgraduate programmes at King's College London.
King's will provide:
- 15% discount on tuition fees for PhD programmes or 10% for Master's programmes
- £500 one-off payment towards the start of the degree
ANID/CONICYT will cover:
- Tuition fees after discount
- Travel to London from Chile and return
- Monthly allowance
- One-off relocation/settlement allowance
- £800 for health insurance
- Allowance if the award-holders is accompanied by a spouse or dependent
To be eligible for the scholarship, students must meet the standards required by ANID/CONICYT as well as the entry requirements for admissions to their chosen programme (including any English language requirements).
Please visit the ANID website for information about the scholarships and how to apply.
If you have any questions, please visit the ANID Scholarship Help Centre or contact ANID directly.
Alternatively, please contact the Centre for Doctoral Studies at King's College London, firstname.lastname@example.org
Eduardo Xavier Astorquiza Cesped, Master of Laws (LLM)
"After working as a domestic litigation lawyer in Chile for seven years, I realized that I had a lack of in-depth knowledge on international dispute resolution. I chose King’s LLM because it comprises several modules within this area, giving one the opportunity to follow a pathway on International Dispute Resolution.
I believe that the LLM will help me with the next steps in my career by improving my perspectives, after being taught by top scholars and shared with classmates from all over the world.
King’s offers a great deal of networking opportunities, which always help when practicing law. This funding has not only enhanced my experience as a student but also allowed me to be here in the first place, focusing on the studies without being constantly worried about the costs of the programme."