Interested and exceptional candidates are invited to apply for the Newsweek Scholarship in Engineering at King’s College London for international students.
International students enrolled in a taught Engineering Masters program will be eligible to apply for the scholarship. An exceptional international student who demonstrates financial hardship to support their studies at King’s will be awarded the prestigious award.
Details About KCL Newsweek Scholarship in Engineering 2023
- Scholarship Sponsor(s): Newsweek’s CEO, Dr. Dev Pragad
- Host Institution(s): King’s College London, UK
- Scholarship Worth: £49,310 for Tuition & Living Expenses
- Number of Awards: Several
- Study Level: Masters
- Nationality: International Students
- Application Deadline: August 22,
Dr. Dev Pragad, Newsweek’s CEO, is pleased to announce the Newsweek Engineering Scholarship.
Dr. Pragad graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in Mobile and Internet from KCL’s School of Engineering, computer systems and electronics. In science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), Dr. Pragad wants to provide other students with the opportunity and experience he received at KCL.
The following requirements must be met for applicants to qualify for the KCL Newsweek Scholarship in Engineering:
- From September, applicants must intend to enroll in a full-time taught Masters course in Engineering at King’s
- Applicants must be classed as international for tuition fees
- Applicants must be able to demonstrate financial need
- Applicants must have academic merit as demonstrated by your undergraduate degree transcript of grades and final degree award outcome
- Applicants must be willing to provide an end of year report or any other interactions deemed necessary by the donor
- Applicants must provide a written personal statement in support of your application.
To apply for the KCL Newsweek Scholarship in Engineering, please complete the application form here.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.