For the Newsweek Scholarship in Engineering, which is intended for overseas students who want to enroll in a Master’s degree program at King’s College London, applications are currently being accepted from interested and exceptional individuals at this time.
Students from other countries who are enrolled in a taught master’s degree program in engineering will be eligible to receive the funding. The renowned award will be presented to an outstanding overseas student who can demonstrate financial difficulty in order to assist them in the pursuit of their studies at King’s.
Dr. Dev Pragad, CEO of Newsweek, is the sponsor of this scholarship.
Institution(s) Hosting This Event: King’s College London, United Kingdom
Scholarship Award Amount: £49,310 to Cover Educational and Living Costs
The number of awards has been quite a few.
Master’s Degree Level of Study
Students of Foreign Nations or Nationalities
KCL Newsweek Scholarship in Engineering: DETAILS AVAILABLE HERE
Dr. Dev Pragad, CEO of Newsweek, is excited to announce the establishment of the Newsweek Engineering Scholarship.
After completing his undergraduate degree in the School of Engineering, computer systems, and electronics at King’s College London (KCL), Dr. Pragad continued his education at KCL to earn his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Mobile and Internet Studies. Dr. Pragad wants to provide other students with the same opportunities and experiences in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics that he had while he was a student at KCL (STEM).
The Criteria for Eligibility
Applicants for the KCL Newsweek Scholarship in Engineering are expected to meet the following standards in order to be eligible for the scholarship:
Applicants are required to have the intention of enrolling in a full-time taught Masters courses in Engineering program at King’s beginning in September 2022. Applicants are required to fall into the category of international for the purpose of tuition payments.
The ability to demonstrate financial need is a requirement for applicants.
Applicants are required to show academic merit, which can be demonstrated by submitting their grade transcripts and final degree award outcomes from their undergraduate degrees.
Applicants are required to offer a written personal statement in support of your application. Applicants are required to be willing to provide a report at the end of the year or any additional interactions that may be deemed essential by the donor.
Procedures for Making Applications
Instructions for Applying: Interested parties should click this link and fill out the application form in its entirety in order to be considered for the KCL Newsweek Scholarship in Engineering.
If you have any questions or if you would like additional information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date limit for receipt of applications: August 22nd, 2022