King's College London Marshall Scholarship


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KING'S COLLEGE LONDON MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP

This Scholarship is for Graduate Study in any subject at either Masters or Doctoral level at the King's College London and will be for one or two years (with a possibility of a third year for doctoral studies). If awarded a King's College London Marshall Scholarship, candidates would be expected to study at King's College London.

The following Information has been provided by King's College London:

King's College London is one of the top 30 universities in the world (QS World University Rankings 2012) and the fourth oldest in England. We are a research-led university based in the heart of London, with over 25,000 students from nearly 150 countries.  

King’s has a long tradition of welcoming students from the US, with over 1,000 American students studying at King’s each year across all levels and over 5,000 active alumni across the US. In 2012 King’s College London established a permanent outreach office in the US in order to enhance the College’s profile in North America and to build global partnerships for research collaboration and encourage mobility of staff and students. The office is the first in a network that King’s is planning to open internationally in order to build profiles in key regions and develop deeper relationships with the research, student and alumni communities. The King’s College London USA office is located in Alexandria, Virginia, within the great Washington, DC metropolitan area. This location allows King’s to build links with research, business, government and cultural organizations. For further information please visit www.kcl.ac.uk/usa

King's nine Schools of Study are Arts & Humanities; Biomedical & Health Sciences; the Dental Institute; Law; Medicine; Nursing & Midwifery; Natural & Mathematical Sciences; the Institute of Psychiatry, and Social Science & Public Policy. For information about our programmes please visit: www.kcl.ac.uk/prospectus  

Furthermore, King’s has established a network of Global Institutes to promote understanding of fast changing parts of the world and encourage engagement with 21st century powers. Forming a core part of the College’s international strategy, the Global Institutes are designed to build connections – through study, staff and student exchange, research collaboration and knowledge sharing. Our four Global Institutes – the Brazil, Russia, India and China Institutes – focus on the influential new ‘BRIC’ economies, as part of a commitment to engage with contemporary issues in these nations and to deepen international understanding of their growth challenges and opportunities. The emphasis is on the contemporary, with a remit to understand the cultural, economic and political significance of these places in the 21st century. This contemporary theme also characterises the Institute for North American Studies, which focuses on a region that continues to have great cultural, economic and political significance.

Graduate study is at the heart of the College and we have over 8,600 graduate students. Our College mission is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, learning and understanding in the service of society. King's has played a major role in many of the advances that have shaped modern life, such as the discovery of the structure of DNA. Our strength in law, humanities and the social sciences make us a major contributor to links between the arts, culture and universities, and the development of public policy at a national level. 

As a graduate student, you will join a vibrant and intellectually stimulating environment that enjoys a global reputation for excellence in both its teaching and research. Our graduate programmes, facilities and continued investment in outstanding academic appointments mean that we will provide you with a unique and enriching experience

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Winners of the King's College London Marshall Scholarship

2010

Michael Campbell
US University: United States Naval Academy

Michael Campbell

Mike Campbell stands first in his class of 1,042 midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy. A Truman Scholar, he has served as a military liaison to the Department of State, studied economic development in Asia on Phi Kappa Phi and Olmsted scholarships, and volunteered for missions to India and Mexico. Mike is the Director of the 50th Anniversary Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference, and is an undergraduate assistant coach on Navy's varsity lacrosse team. Mike plans to examine the nexus of conflict and development at King's College London and Oxford to prepare for a career in the national security establishment.

2012

Will Stoeckle
US University: Stanford University

Will Stoeckle

A Massachusetts native and product of its outstanding public school system, Will Stoeckle will graduate from Stanford University with a B.A. in International Relations. In past years, Will worked in the private sector in Europe, the U.S. State Department, and the European Commission. He is interested in new models of policy, leadership and governance now emerging among sovereign nations and multinational organizations. He will enroll at Kings College London to study International Political Economy and International Conflict Studies. He looks forward to visiting the Top Gear set, following Liverpool, and immersing himself in all aspects of British culture.

2013

Benjamin Buchanan
US University: Georgetown University

Ben Buchanan

New York City native Ben Buchanan graduated a year early from Georgetown University, majoring in Government and minoring in Arabic and English. He currently is a Master's candidate at Georgetown in Security Studies concentrating on the intersection of technology and strategy. He has interned at the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy, the Counterterrorism Bureau of the New York Police Department, and the ABC News investigative team. At King's College London, he will pursue a DPhil in War Studies, focusing on how cyberspace impacts national strategy. Ben is also a volunteer EMT with the Georgetown Emergency Response Medical Service, an amateur videogame designer, and a fan of dogs, football, and Italian food.