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Our talented students look forward to studying subjects they are passionate about in the heart of London, doing their very best to save money and budget for life at university. However, for many – particularly our most disadvantaged students - the financial impact of the cost of living crisis has placed additional pressure on their already tight finances, and some face difficult decisions about how they will fund their next year at university.
Every student should start university on a level playing field to their peers. Your donation through the Global Day of Giving will help make this a reality and ensure we can support every student who turns to us in their time of need. A small gift could make a big difference – opening the door for one future doctor, one researcher, one writer, one teacher, or one engineer at a time...
Your gift could help fund vital scholarships and bursaries to ensure no bright student has to give up their dream of studying at King’s. You could support the K+ programme, giving talented students from disadvantaged background the skills and knowledge they need to apply to university. Or you could help provide vital funding to students already at King’s, through our support schemes, such as our newly launched Key to King’s Bursary or our Hardship Fund to ensure those facing unexpected financial difficulties are given the support they need to remain at university. Your gift could also support initiatives like the Civic Leadership Academy, helping to connect talented students with meaningful, paid work experience to equip them with the skills needed in their careers beyond university. By choosing to support on Global Day of Giving Day, your gift will make a significant and lasting difference to the life of a student this year.
Medical student Christina, is just one example of how a gift will make an incredible difference to students when they need it the most:
‘I am incredibly grateful for this funding as I would not be where I am today without the generosity of this scholarship. Your funding has helped me with commuting costs of getting to my hospital work placement and therefore directly impacted my access to medical education’