Students will be eligible, if at the time of applying, they have attained a qualifying bachelor's degree in 2019/20 which has been awarded by Kingston University – or St. George's University of London as part of a programme undertaken within the Joint Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education – and they meet the entry criteria for the postgraduate course at Kingston University commencing in the academic year 2020/21. Architecture students completing the architecture bachelor's degree who progress to a year out in industry before then commencing the MArch Architecture will still be eligible for the 15% discount. This Scholarship is inclusive of any alumni or loyalty discounts that may offered by Kingston University, including faculty, department or school discounts that may be available and may not be combined with any other such scholarship or discount.There is no guarantee that the 15% progression discount will be available for students enrolling for postgraduate programmes in subsequent years. Qualifying postgraduate programmes The scholarship will be available to students who enrol either full-time or part-time on a postgraduate course which is classified as either a taught or research degree including MRes and MPhil or PhD. PhD students will qualify for the 15% Progression Scholarship on their first year's fees when enrolling in 2020/21; the standard alumni discount of 10% may be claimed for each subsequent year of study in enrolment. The 15% Scholarship will be applied to part-time students on a pro-rata basis.
Doctorate | Masters
Fees coverage : Variable
15% reduction in the tuition fees for postgraduate programmes
Education,Medicine, Dentistry and Health,Architecture, Building and Planning
Part time students, Other
Number of awards
All eligible students
Faculty of Art, Design and Architec...