- Hans Rausing scholarship
- Scholarship Awarding Body: Centre for the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine (ChoSTM)
- Host Institutions: King’s College, London
- Deadline: 15 March 2021
Hans Rausing scholarship is an excellent opportunity for both local and international students across the globe. This scholarship takes charge of the students’ financial responsibility throughout the program. The Hans Rausing scholarship beneficiaries are availed of the opportunity to undertake their master’s and Ph.D. studies in one of the top world’s top universities. The scholarship is funded by the Centre for the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine (ChoSTM). International students who are intending to run their master’s or Ph.D. in history of science and technology are encouraged to apply. Successful students will begin their studies by October 2020.
The matters students will benefit from enjoying a one-year master program at Kings College, London, and an additional three years Ph.D. program funded by the scholarship organizers. This scholarship does require a separate application. The moment you are being offered admission, you are eligible to be considered for this scholarship.
Scholarship eligibility for Hans Rausing scholarship
The eligibility criteria for this scholarship for the Hans Rausing scholarship are stated below:
Applicants must have an outstanding academic record with an in-depth knowledge of research.
Eligible students must provide all the required documents and credentials to qualify for this scholarship.
Eligible countries: Open to all international students across the globe.
Eligible course: History, Humanity, and social sciences.
Age restriction: No specification
Gender restriction: No gender restriction
Value of Scholarship
The value for the Hans Rausing scholarship covers the following:
Full tuition fee
The application for this scholarship is submitted concurrently with the admission application process. Applicants are encouraged to apply for this scholarship through the college application system.