Study Mode: Postgraduate Research

Grant Mode: 2223 Africa

Academic Year: 2022-2023

Subject Area:

Research projects must be relevant to Africa and must fall at the intersection of two or more of our given themes/disciplines

Fnding type: Tuition fee. Stipend. Bench Fees/Research Training & Support Grant.

Country: African Countries

Three (3) full scholarships are available for 2022/2023 entry, to support international students from Africa to undertake a full-time doctoral research degree (Ph.D.) at King’s College London.

About to Award

If you have research interests that relate to Africa and could take an interdisciplinary approach to your research, then you are invited to apply for a full scholarship to undertake a full-time Ph.D. at King’s College London starting in 2022/23. Funding is available for up to four years.

The topic of the Ph.D. must be clearly relevant to the continent of Africa.

Interdisciplinary projects are especially encouraged, and all projects must fall at the intersection of two or more of the following disciplines:

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

Award Value

  • Full international tuition fees
  • An annual stipend (living allowance)
  • Research support grant

For eligibility and more information, click here

Click here to apply

Note: Read the instructions carefully before applying. If you have any questions, you can contact them directly here

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By crawler

Growing up as a third-culture kid has been hazy over the past few years. I consider it a good thing to be one of the reasons somebody or someone will get the best opportunity of his life.

2 thoughts on “Africa International PGR Scholarships 2022-23 -King’s College London – Deadline 18th March 2022”
    1. Hello Emmanuel!

      According to the eligibility criteria, a health professional can benefit from the scholarship if he/she is going to be on research prospects.

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