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King’s College London Tynybedw Law Bursary, UK 2023

Application is now open for Tynybedw Law Bursary at King’s College London. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.

About King’s College London and Scholarship

King’s College London is a public research university in London, England (often known as King’s or KCL). King’s was founded in 1829 by royal charter with the support of King George IV and the Duke of Wellington. King’s joined the University of London’s first two colleges in 1836. One of the country’s oldest universities is located there. The Institute of Psychiatry, the United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals, the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, and Queen Elizabeth College and Chelsea College of Science and Technology were among the many institutions that merged with King’s in the latter half of the 20th century.

With new students entering King’s with an average of 171 UCAS points in 2018, the university has the 13th highest average undergraduate admission qualification of any in the UK. The institution offered admission to 66.7% of applicants in 2015, which was the seventh-lowest rate in the Russell Group.

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Private education accounts for 24.4% of King’s undergraduate students, which ranks fifteenth among traditional British institutions. The institution had a gender-to-male ratio of 62:37 and a domicile breakdown of 67:12:20 UK:EU:non-EU students in the 2016–17 academic year.

Mr. Geraint Hughes, a partner at Clifford Chance and a law graduate of King’s College London, established the Tynybedw Law Bursary. Mr. Hughes would want to encourage certain students at King’s so they may start their legal professions since he cherishes his time spent studying there.

This scholarship is intended to give chosen students the chance to study law at King’s by providing them with money to cover a substantial percentage of the expense of attending college. The scholarships are intended to help applicants who require additional financial aid to complete their degree.

Details about Tynybedw Law Bursary at King’s College London:

Scholarship Sponsor: King’s College London, UK

Scholarship Value: £9,000

Number of awards: N/A

Study level: Undergraduate

Host Institution(s): King’s College London, UK

Course: Law

Benefits:

Recipients of the Tynybedw Law Bursary will receive £8,000 in their first and second years of study and £9,000 in their third and final year (repeat years or gaps in study are not supported). Payment is contingent upon maintaining excellent academic progress and attendance.

Eligibility Criteria for Tynybedw Law Bursary

Applicants are advised to meet the following conditions to be eligible for the Tynybedw Law Bursary at King’s College London:

  • Candidates must be enrolled in their first undergraduate program.
  • For entrance in 2023, candidates must be Welsh residents with home fee status and be enrolled in an undergraduate legal degree (all UG law programs).
  • Students who receive the Welsh Government Learning Grant must have an assessed household income of £59,200 or less per year.
  • Candidates must have used all of their available UK government loans and grants for living expenses as well as assistance with tuition.
  • Candidates must have permitted Student Finance Wales to provide the College access to their financial data.
  • Students have to have unequivocally accepted an offer of a spot in an acceptable program at King’s.

Note: Scholarships will consequently be given based on the quality of applicants’ personal statements and their appraisal of their financial situation.

Application Process for Tynybedw Law Bursary

Interested and qualified candidates should download and fill out the application form and then email the completed form to funding@kcl.ac.uk together with scanned/digital copies of supporting documents.

The Submission Deadline is: 5 pm on 31st August 2023

Not interested in this particular scholarship? See other UK scholarships here.

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