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Kings College London Africa International PGR Scholarships 2020/2021 for PhD Study, United Kindom

by Omale Philip
Kings College London United Kingdom
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Do you have a research, and does your research interest relate to Africa? The Kings College London Africa International PGR Scholarships 2020/2021 application is open to students who want to undertake full time PhD at King’s College London.

Could you take an interdisciplinary approach to your research? if yes, applications are invited from international students from Africa for three full scholarships to undertake a full-time PhD starting in 2020/21.

Scholarship Application Deadline

Application of the Kings College London Africa International PGR Scholarships deadline is April 1, 2020.

Why Apply for Kings College London Africa International PGR Scholarships

Receive a full international student tuition fees grant to support research carried out.

Applications will undertake a full-time PhD at King’s College London starting in 2020/21. Funding is offered for up to four (4) years.

Value/Worth of Scholarship

The Kings College London Africa International PGR Scholarships has a value for the PhD study of;

An annual stipend (living allowance) at the UKRI rate (for the year 2019-21, this was set at £17,009)
Full international tuition fees
Research Support Grant (up to £5k/year, depending on the faculty)

Location of Study: United Kingdom

Study Programme: PhD

Duration of Study: Four (4) years

Field of Study: All subjects

The topic of the PhD must clearly be relevant to the continent of Africa. Interdisciplinary projects are especially encouraged and all projects should fall at the intersection of two or more of the following themes or disciplines:

  • Conflict, Peace and Security
  • Global Health
  • Development
  • Digital Technology

Conflict, Peace and Security: King’s is world renowned for the study of violent conflict, peace and security. The School of Security Studies and the School of Global Affairs provide a range of programmes of relevance to Africa, with the African Leadership Centre offering particular focus on leadership studies at the security-development nexus.
Further info:
https://www.kcl.ac.uk/global-affairs /
https://www.kcl.ac.uk/security-studies /

Global Health: Students in this discipline are exposed to a unique international and interdisciplinary context covering broad areas such as healthcare partnerships, global surgery, palliative care, maternal health, global health governance and policy, mental health, ageing, cancer, oral health and mucosal biology, diabetes and other conditions, conflict and health, migration and health, environment and health.
Further info: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/global-health/about-us

Development: The study of development at King’s cuts across a range of disciplines with particular concentration in the School of Global Affairs including, development studies with reference to emerging economies in the Department of International Development; environment and development with a potential to examine disasters and adaptation in the Department of Geography; leadership and development at the African Leadership Centre.
Further info:
https://www.kcl.ac.uk/global-affairs /

Digital Technology: Students in this discipline undertake research into new and emerging internet technologies in the Faculty of Natural and Mathematical Sciences; and the different ways in which digital technologies and methods are transforming society in King’s pioneering Department of Digital Humanities.
Further info:
https://www.kcl.ac.uk/engineering/postgraduate/research-degrees /

Eligibility and Requirements

Considering the scholarship application, applicants are to meet the eligility criteria

Applicants must be residents of the following countries:

Zimbabwe, Zambia, Uganda, Tunisia, Togo, Tanzania, Sudan, South Africa, Somalia, Sierra Leone, Seychelles, Senegal, Sao Tome and Principe, Rwanda, Nigeria, Niger, Namibia, Mozambique, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mali, Malawi, Madagascar, Libya, Liberia, Lesotho, Kenya, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, Ghana, Gambia, Gabon, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Equatorial Guinea, Egypt, Djibouti, Cote d’Ivoire, Congo, Republic of, Congo, Democratic People’s Republic, Comoros, Chad, Central African Republic, Cap Verde, Cameroon, Burundi, Burkina Faso, Botswana, Benin, Angola, Algeria

  • Be African nationals and permanently resident in the relevant country.
  • Be liable for tuition fees at the higher international/overseas rate
  • Plan to commence a full-time MPhil/PhD programme at King’s College London in the 2020-21 academic year (from October 2020 and by no later than July 2021)
  • Plan to conduct research that is relevant to Africa, at the intersection of two or more of the given themes or disciplines, as described below.
  • Hold an admissions offer for an MPhil/PhD programme at King’s
  • Apply for the scholarship by no later than April 1, 2020

Please Note:

  1. Existing doctoral degree students are not eligible to apply
  2. The scholarship cannot be held on a part-time basis
  3. Professional doctorate degrees are not eligible
  4. Distance learning programmes are not eligible
  5. The scholarship cannot commence prior to October 2020

How to Apply for the Kings College London Africa International PGR Scholarships

Applicants must apply before the deadline on 1 April 2020

Application procedure to Apply

First, apply for admissions via the online admissions system and obtain an offer of a place by no later than 1 April 2020

Submit a separate online funding application to the Centre for Doctoral Studies by no later than 1 April 2020 – click here to access the online scholarship application form.

Only those who meet the eligibility criteria and who have applied in time for the scholarship will be considered.

Click Here to Apply or Get Further Information on The Website

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