Raheem Sterling Foundation King’s College London Undergraduate Scholarship. – Scholarships and Aid


The Raheem Sterling Foundation envisions a world where young people will always have the support they need in the pursuit of improving their opportunities, their future careers and their quality of life.

Through his charitable organisation, Raheem Sterling is dedicated to helping those from disadvantaged backgrounds break down barriers to success, find their voice, and realise their true potential in the world.

The scholarships are for 3 years and are subject to satisfactory academic progress. If you undertake a year abroad or an industrial placement year these will need to be self-funded. This can include taking out Student Finance. If you study a degree longer than three years, additional years will also need to be self-funded.

If you do not make satisfactory academic progress, and you need to repeat a year of your studies, this will not be paid for by the scholarship and you will need to self-fund. This can include taking out Student Finance.


Successful recipients must be willing to report annually on their progress at King’s to the Raheem Sterling Foundation.


The Raheem Sterling Scholarship will cover the course tuition fees and a stipend.

The award will be paid in the form of an annual fee waiver for the amount of £9,250 per student and a stipend for the amount of £7,000 per student. The award is for a maximum of three years. Students will not receive funding for repeat years, a year abroad or interruptions.


To be eligible for the Raheem Sterling Scholarship, applicants must:

  • Identify as belonging to one of the following ethnic groups:
    • Black or Black British – Caribbean
    • Black or Black British – African
    • Mixed – white and Black Caribbean
    • Mixed – white and Black African
    • Other Black background
  • Have firmly accepted an offer to study for an undergraduate full time degree programme at King’s College London starting in September 2024.
  • Have been assessed for fee status as a ‘home’ student.
  • Have a home postcode from the Greater London area as stated in their UCAS application

Preferred applicants will:

  1. Have a home postcode in the London Borough of Brent, and/or
  2. Have an assessed household income of £25,000 per year or less, and/or
  3. Be from a Priority Group – Care-Experienced, Estranged, Forced Migrants and/or
  4. Be eligible for contextual admissions at King’s College London 

Method of Application

Please ensure you answer all questions and upload your Student Finance England notification – you will need to be approved for funding from Student Finance in order to submit your application. 

Your application will be prioritised if:

  1. your home postcode is in the London Borough of Brent (this must match your UCAS application)
  2. you have an household income of less than £25,000 per year
  3. you are Care-experienced, Estranged, or a Forced Migrant
  4. you are eligible for contextual admissions at King’s (see: bit.ly/3Kfk2V9)

For More Information,

Visit the Official Webpage

Application Deadline: May 30, 2024.

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