Applicants must complete and submit as a minimum* a CV and personal statement identifying which project they would like to be considered for explaining why they would be suitable, to email@example.com by 11:59pm (UK BST) on 14th January 2018. The subject line of the email should read 'RT Scholarship 1718 – [include the relevant project title]'.
All documents should be submitted as a single pdf.
Two academic references must be received for the application to be eligible. Candidates are responsible for instructing referees to submit their references to firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line 'RT Scholarship 1718 – [name of applicant]'.
* for certain projects, applicants will be required to submit additional documentation. Please refer to the individual project outlines attached to the projects above.
For some projects, short-listed candidates will be invited for interview, again for details of which projects this relates to please refer to the individual project outlines attached above.
Successful applicants, if not already done so, will then be invited to apply formally to the PhD programme at King's via https://apply.kcl.ac.uk/. Acceptance to the scholarship will be conditional upon receiving a formal offer from King’s, and meeting any conditions of that offer.
Each scholarship will be worth £15,000 per year for a 3 year period and can be used to cover tuition fees and/or living costs, plus, where relevant, any additional contribution, financial or in-kind, provided by a partner organisation, details of which can be found by clicking on the individual project details links above.
Applicants must be aware that this is a partial scholarship which will require the applicant to have additional funding in place to successfully complete it. Awards are granted on the understanding that the award-holder will take responsibility for any additional expenses incurred for the duration of study.