Applications are invited for the King’s Santander Masters Scholarships (SANT-M) for the year. The scholarships are open to residents of the following countries: Spain, Portugal, Poland, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, and the United Kingdom.
About King’s College London
King’s College London is a public research university located in London, United Kingdom, and a founding constituent university of the Federal University of London.
The level of English language applicants must demonstrate depends on the program they applied for. The level of English required for each program is denoted by a five-band system, each band corresponding to a level of English language proficiency.
Santander Masters Scholarships – Eligibility Requirements
The Santander Scholarships will offer funds to students who wish to undertake a one-year full-time Teaching Masters Program at King’s College London.
Scholarships are awarded to learn any of the subjects offered by the university.
Up to 6 prizes of £5,000 will be awarded.
The number of scholarships:
Up to six King’s Santander Master’s Scholarships will be offered for the academic year.
Scholarships can be taken in the UK
- You must start a full-time postgraduate Master’s program at King’s College London;
- Have a conditional/unconditional offer for a full-time Postgraduate Master at King’s College London from the University Admissions Office (this means you must apply for a place at King’s no later than 31 March;
- At the time of the application, be a permanent resident of one of the following Santander Network countries: Belgium, Italy, France, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom;
- Be domiciled in one of the following Santander Network countries for at least 3 years before the start of the program: Belgium, Italy, France, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom;
- Complete and submit the required application documentation by the stated funding deadline (see below);
- Meet the relevant English proficiency and academic entry requirements set by King’s College London.
- Successful scholars who do not complete, or fail their course, are expected to pay the full sum of the funds to King’s College London for reuse as another Scholarship;
- Students who are already registered in the respective graduate program are not eligible to apply;
- This prize offers only a single payment;
- These scholarships cannot be done on a part-time basis;
- Distance education programs are not eligible;
- As awards only provide partial funding, applicants must be able to confirm that they have the means to support outstanding fees/costs not covered by this scheme, i.e. through other funding awards or self-funding;
- Selected candidates must send a letter of thanks to the donor for their generosity.
The scholarship is open to residents of the following countries: Spain, Portugal, Poland, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, and the United Kingdom.
University Admission Requirement
Entry Requirements: Applicants must have a conditional/unconditional offer for a full-time Postgraduate Master’s at King’s College London from the University Admissions Office (this means you must apply for a place at King’s no later than 31 March).
English Language Requirements: The level of English language that applicants must demonstrate depends on the program for which they have applied. The level of English required for each program is indicated by a system of five bands, each band corresponding to a level of proficiency in the English language.
How to apply: The application mode is online. As part of the Graduate School PGT Online Funding Form, applicants will be asked to provide:
- Personal details, i.e. name, reference number/reference number, date of birth, and email address. Previous qualifications
- Details about the Taught Postgraduate Program (PGT)
- A statement of justification.
- Confirmation that they are seeking/have secured funds to cover any remaining fees/costs not covered by Graduate School awards.
Application Deadline: The scholarship application deadline is May 1st.