This article is for international students facing financial hardship during their studies, usually as a result of unforeseen circumstances. 
 
Unlike students from the UK, you will not be eligible for any statutory funding from the UK government, so you may need to explore alternative sources of funding. This may include funding from your home government, as some countries offer loans and grants to students, including those overseas.
 
 
 
What financial support can I access at King's? 
International students at King's can apply for:
  • The King's Financial Aid fund: (UG and PGT students) Find out more information on how to apply on our Student funding webpages.
  • Postgraduate research students can apply for the PGR Financial Aid scheme; visit our Student funding webpages for further details on how to apply.

 

Important to know: You can see the full list of funding opportunities for Undergraduate and Postgraduate students at King's on our Student funding webpages. 

 

Other sources of funding: 
We have listed other sources of charitable funding and grants which you may wish to consider:
 
 
 

Ameobi Hardship Fund for International Students

 

 

Anglo-Jewish Association

 

 

Bestway Foundation

 

 

Charles Wallace India Trust

 

 

Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI) Hardship Fund

 

 

Funds for Women Graduates

 

 

The Gilchrist Educational Trust

 

 

Great Britain-China Educational Trust

 

 

International Students' House - The Mary Trevelyan Hardship Fund

 

 

The Leche Trust

 

 

Nora Henry Trust Grant

 

 

Schilizzi Foundation

 

 

Sidney Perry Foundation

 

 

The Sir Richard Stapley Educational Trust:

 

 

Other online grant/scholarship search tools