Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Philosophy graduate funding at King's College London

Philosophy Postgraduate Programmes at King's College London

- Masters (MA and MSc): One-year taught masters degrees in Philosophy, History of Philosophy, Language and Cognition, Philosophy of Medicine, Philosophy of Mental Disorder and Philosophy of Psychology.
- Master of Philosophical Studies (MPhilStud): a two-year research masters degree in Philosophy; in Ancient Philosophy; and in Philosophy of Psychology.
- Doctor in Philosophy (MPhil/PhD): on the full range of our research expertise.

The Department of Philosophy at KCL is one of the largest and most distinguished in the country. We currently have 20 permanent academic staff, 7 research fellows and around 60 masters students and 60 research students.


- Up to 9 AHRC Studentships in Philosophy
- In addition, the Department has a range of internal studentships
- The King’s Graduate School also offers a wide range of postgraduate studentships and bursaries

- Information about all Philosophy Postgraduate programmes and how to apply can be found at:

- General information about postgraduate funding opportunities at King’s can be found at:

- Information about AHRC applications and the relevant forms can be found at:

For general inquiries , as well as specific inquiries about AHRC and other funding, please write to philosophy@kcl.ac.uk

Inquiries about specific MA courses should be sent to Jasper Reid (jasper.reid@kcl.ac.uk).
Inquiries about the MSc in the Philosophy of Mental Disorder should be sent to Matteo Mameli (matteo.mameli@kcl.ac.uk).
Inquiries about research postgraduate applications should be sent to Maria Alvarez (maria.alvarez@kcl.ac.uk).

Department of Philosophy
King’s College London
Strand Campus
London WC2R 2LS

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