Number of scholarships to award
- tuition fee reduction
In partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, Kingston University London is offering one scholarship each to students from Thailand and Indonesia applying for postgraduate courses in any subject.
The GREAT Scholarships 2024 programme, launched by the British Council together with 72 UK universities, supports postgraduate students from Bangladesh, China, Egypt, Ghana, Greece, Kenya, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Thailand, Turkey and Vietnam to access world-class UK higher education opportunities.
The scholarship programme offers financial support of £10,000 to students pursuing one-year postgraduate study in the UK. Students can apply for courses in a range of subjects, at the 72 institutions across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
- You will need to have an offer for a postgraduate (masters) programme at Kingston University for September 2024 entry before you can apply for scholarship.
Study experience required
As part of the application, you will need to create a one-minute video profile of yourself to explain why you are the best candidate to become a GREAT scholar and upload a short personal statement (300 words).
The selection will be made based on your personal statement and video profile.
Applications will open in April 2024 and the link to the application form will be published once open.
Application deadline: 31 May 2024
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