King’s College London offer Scholarships for Indian Students

King’s College London offer Scholarships for Indian Students

13 January 2016

‘King’s India Masters Scholarship’ in 2016-17, as the name suggests is for the Indian students who have applied for the master’s program at the King’s College London. The motive of the scholarship is to encourage academically inclined students come and study.

Each scholarship offers £5,000 towards the tuition fees.

The eligibility criterion for the application is that the student must have a 3.3-3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale, if the degree is graded on the Grade point. Other grading system will also be considered. Also the student must demonstrate English language skills eligible for the course i.e. if their course of study required 6.5 in IELTS, they need to achieve that.

There’s no entrance exam for the scholarship, and the students doesn’t need to send a separate application. The students who fit the eligibility criteria will be considered for the scholarship.

 

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