Minimum 2:1 honours degree or equivalent. Applicants must ordinarily have 60 per cent if applying with an undergraduate degree from India, 57 per cent average if an Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences degree from the Universities of Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata or Mumbai.
Months of entry
Imparts training in research methods to understand political, social, economic and technological change in contemporary India. * Equips students to produce an original piece of research (30,000-word dissertation). * Can serve as an opportunity to develop academic research skills. * Opportunity for mid-career professionals to develop applied research focused on particular policy problems or professional themes.
Imparts advanced training in research methods applied to India.
Tailored to specific research interests of individual students.
Supervised by expert faculty.
Interdisciplinary engagement with contemporary India.
Fees and funding
One tied Fellowship for MRes: Baillie Gifford Prize fellowship (see http://www.kcl.ac.uk/indiainstitute for more details of how to apply) Applicants are advised to look at the full range of funding options available for postgraduate Taught Masters programmes at King's and in the UK.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Louise Tillin
- 00 44 20 7848 1432