Trying to figure out what to do after high school? Compete free for a scholarship valued up to £10,000 for the Foundation Year in 2018/2019.
The King’s International Foundation has specialist academic preparation courses designed for ambitious 15 – 19 year old international students who want to prepare for their studies for an undergraduate degree at King’s or another top UK university.
The King’s International Foundation courses are designed to develop your essential subject knowledge, academic language and study skills. These courses are the best way to ready yourself for undergraduate studies at King’s. If you complete your King’s International Foundation course at the required level, you are guaranteed a place in a related King’s College degree. Compete for a scholarship valued up to £10,000 to join the King’s International Foundation program!
How it works:
1. Sign up and Complete the Score challenge.
2. Apply online directly with King’s for your chosen King’s International Foundation course.
3. Stand a chance to win the scholarship!
Application is free online.
Application deadline for the scholarship: Ongoing.
Course duration: 2018/2019 (One academic year, full time).
Applicants who take this challenge must:
- Be eligible to study a King’s International Foundation course.
- Have an IELTS score of 5.5 or higher, or 6.0 or higher for the Law & International Relations course
- Be a high school student or recently graduated between the age of 15 – 19 years.
- Meet the entry requirements to your chosen King’s International Foundation course.
- Be legally allowed to study in the United Kingdom (i.e. not restricted from entering the UK or from applying for a study visa).
- You can only make one application to one course.
- Be sure to read the entry requirements carefully.
- You can submit an online application here: Apply here.
- Follow the guidance on how to submit your application.
- Tuition scholarships fee.
- Monthly allowance.
Unrestricted to any country.
You must be from one of the following countries:
Number of Awards
You must be studying one of the following:
Sociology, Science, Physics, Public Relations, Computer Animation, Accounting, Applied Science, Chemistry, Political Science, Liberal Arts/Humanities, Economics, Finance, Mathematics, Marketing, Law & Legal Studies, Engineering, Computer & Information Systems, Communications, Business/Management and Biology/Life Sciences