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Susan Gilchrist Scholarship 2022-23

The Susan Gilchrist Scholarship is awarded to support a domestic King’s Business School student who is facing financial difficulties for their full three years of studying their undergraduate degree.


What is the Susan Gilchrist Scholarship?

The Susan Gilchrist Scholarship was established in 2022 by Susan Gilchrist, KBS Advisory Member, alumnus, generous donor, and friend of King’s College London.

In the academic year 2022-23, one scholarship will be available. The value of each award is £83,250 (£27,750 per year, for three years) to support tuition fees, with any residual funds being made available as a bursary, as detailed below.

The winner will be selected on the basis of financial need and a personal statement.


Bursary Payments

 Year Year of Study Tuition fees covered BursaryTotal Value for Year


 Year 1





Year 2





Year 3 (study abroad)**

 Full Fee Waiver




Year 4




*please note that tuition fees for home status students have not yet been confirmed for 2025-26. However, you will still receive £27,750 for the year, payable against your full fee liability, with the residual balance being paid to you as a bursary.

 ** If you are undertaking a training/industrial placement in Year 3, you will be liable for your tuition fees for the year, and no bursary will be payable until you return to year 4 of your programme.

** If you are undertaking a study abroad placement in Year 3, your Faculty will allow a fee waiver to cover your fees for the year, but no bursary will be payable until you return to year 4 of your programme.

You will be eligible to apply for other bursaries or grants to cover the year abroad. The Susan Gilchrist Scholarship support will continue on conclusion of the year abroad/in industry and commencement of the fourth year. 


Eligible programmes are:


Am I eligible to apply?

In order to be eligible, students must:  

  • have ‘firmly’ accepted an offer of a place at King’s College London, on an eligible 3 or 4 year programme, for entry in Sept 2022;

  • be a home student, paying home tuition fees and undertaking their first undergraduate degree programme;

  • have been means tested by Student Finance England/Wales/N.Ireland/SAAS and have a household income of £42,875 or less.

  • have taken up full statutory support (student loans for maintenance/tuition fees) where eligible, unless religious reasons prevent doing so.

    • Provide a written personal statement in support of your application

  • Be willing to provide an end of year report or any other interactions deemed necessary by the donor




How do I apply?

Applications can be accessed here.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 23:59pm on 31st July 2022 


Where can I get further information?

To find out more about this bursary scheme, please 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 2022-23 academic year.


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