Fully Funded International Ph.D. Scholarships in the UK are open now. Applicants from all around the world can apply for the Fully Funded International Scholarship in UK for Ph.D. to Study in UK. UKRI Center has announced its fully-funded scholarship for international students to study in the UK at Kings College London. Scholarship in London at Kings College is now accepting applications for PhD candidates with fully funded Scholarship and Financial Support.

Applicants can apply for PhD Scholarship in UK at Imperial College London in different disciplines based on their research interests. UKRI Center Scholarship in London is offering multiple disciplines for PhD Degree Scholarships which cover Telecommunication, Robotics, Mechanical Engineering, Informatics, Electronic Engineering and Computer Science under scholarship to study Abroad.

The UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence (STAI) brings together world-leading experts to train the next generation of researchers in methods of safe and trusted AI. King’s College London is a public research university located in London, England. King’s was established by royal charter in 1829 under the patronage of King George IV and the Duke of Wellington. In 1836, King’s became one of the two founding colleges of the University of London.

Brief Description

  • Organization: UKRI Center Scholarship in UK
  • University: The King`s College London
  • Department: Maximum Fields offered
  • Course Level:  PhD Degrees
  • Award: Full-Funded
  • Application Mode: Online
  • Number of Awards: 12
  • Nationality: International
  • The award can be taken in UK
  • Deadline: 11 April 2022

Eligibility Criteria

Interested applicants to study abroad in UK with fully funded international PhD scholarships at Imperial College London, must fulfill the following eligibility criteria;

  • Applicants must be domestic and International
  • Must have at least master’s (18-year education) degree or transcript for the PhD Scholarship and Admission at Imperial College London. The requirements are different for each country please Click Here to check the requirements.
  • Applicants must have at least 75% in the latest degree
  • Should be research-oriented and have strong leadership skills
  • Language Requirements: Applicants must be able to demonstrate or fulfill the minimum English Language Requirements to study in UK. Click Here for More Details

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Fields of Study

The main aim of any research program is to carry out original research that furthers knowledge in your chosen subject field. This will involve working under the direction of one or more supervisors who is experts in your field, and sometimes as part of a team, with other students and staff.

UKRI Center and Imperial College London offer the following research degrees for international applicants to study in UK with fully-funded scholarships.

  • Telecommunication
  • Robotics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Informatics
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Computer Science

How to Apply

Eligible and interested candidates are encouraged to apply for the fully-funded PhD Scholarships in London by following the given procedure;

Step One:

What are we offering? Find out about Fees and Funding.

Step Two:

Check Entry Requirements.

Step Three:

Select from available projects for September 2022 entry.

  • You should identify three preferred projects.
  • Alternatively, it is possible for you to propose your own project, relevant to the area of model-based safe and trusted artificial intelligence as described on these pages.
Step Four:

Write your research proposal
You should write a 3 – 4 page Research Statement on the project you have listed as your first choice, which will be evaluated as part of the application process. This should incorporate the following (irrespective of whether you are proposing your own project, or applying for an existing proposal):

  • your initial ideas on the particular challenges you would be interested in addressing within the project in the context of Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence,
  • a brief review of the relevant state of the art, identifying any limitations or open questions, and
  • your initial ideas on what research you might carry out towards addressing these challenges, referring to existing research literature where appropriate.

If you have listed your own project proposal as your first choice, then you should make clear its relevance to the theme of Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence.

Step Five:

Submit a PhD application to the relevant institution/s:

Step Six:

As soon as you have uploaded your institutional application, please complete a Centre Applicant Information Form. You will need to include the reference number from your institutional application. 

NB: Occasionally, there is a short delay between uploading your institutional application and receiving your reference number. You will have met the application deadline so long as your institutional application has been uploaded on time, but don’t forget to upload the Centre Applicant Information Form as soon as you receive the reference number – failure to complete this form may result in your application not being considered.

Step Seven:

Relax! We look forward to receiving your application.

Required Documents

  • Copy of Passport
  • Educational Documents
  • Research proposal
  • English Language Proof
  • Other if any


The Centre will fund up to 15 studentships each year, depending on the support available. Each studentship will be funded for 4 years. Funding includes tuition fees, stipend and a Research Training Support Grant (RTSG).

  • Tuition fees: Funded students will have full fees covered at the appropriate rate, whether home or international.
  • Stipend: Students will receive a tax-free stipend of circa £17,000 per year.
  • RTSG: A generous allowance will be provided for research consumables and additional training, and for attending UK and international conferences.

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Muhammad Usman

Research & MEXT Scholar  at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan) with Graduate Major in Global Engineering for Development, Environment and Society


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