King’s College London is inviting applications for its King’s-HKU Joint PhD Scholarship for International Students in the UK for the 2019/2020 academic session.
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Worth of Award
- The King’s-HKU Joint PhD Scholarship provides full tuition fees, stipend and an annual research grant.
- One scholarship is available for the 2019/20 academic year for students applying to joint PhD programmes run in collaboration with the University of Hong Kong, with King’s as their home institution
King’s-HKU Joint PhD Scholarship is open to all Nationalities Students must:
- Be due to commence a full-time joint PhD programme run in collaboration between King’s College London and the University of Hong Kong during the 2019/20 academic year
- Have applied to King’s College London as the home institution
- Have submitted all the required application materials by the funding deadline. Please note that:
- The scholarship cannot commence prior to September/October 2019
- Students currently enrolled in a joint PhD programme are not eligible to apply
- The scholarship cannot be held on a part-time basis
How to Apply
In order to be considered for an award, candidates must:
- First, apply to King’s College London for a joint PhD programme run in collaboration with the University of Hong Kong using the online admissions application
- Submit the online Joint PhD scholarship application form to the Centre for Doctoral Studies by the funding deadline
- Note that this should only be done after you have submitted a complete admissions application, including all necessary supporting documentation such as transcripts, references, English test results (if applicable) and the joint PhD Travel Plan form.
- The online application form can be accessed on their website.
- Please note students who have already applied for admissions, and those who previously applied but deferred entry to 2019/20, will NOT be required to submit an admissions application again.
Deadline: Application closes March 31, 2019.