LSE is pleased to confirm three Standard Bank Derek Cooper Africa Scholarships for the 2019/20 session.
These scholarships are generously supported by Standard Bank of South Africa PLC.
These scholarships are to support academically gifted students who do not have the financial means to pursue further studies of this nature.
The successful candidates will need to demonstrate a combination of exceptional academic merit and financial need.
The scholarships are for offer holders on the following LSE master’s programmes:
Applicants will ordinarily be resident in one of Standard Bank’s African presence countries, with a preference for residents of South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Angola, Mozambique and South Sudan.Scholarship amount
The three scholarships will each provide £40,000, towards the fees for the programme and the remainder towards living costs.How to apply
To apply for LSE funding for programmes beginning in September 2019, you must:
– Submit your application for the programme (See how to apply for graduate study at LSE)
– Submit your Graduate Financial Support Application Form via the Graduate application tracker
– Receive an offer of a place (conditional or unconditional)
by 5pm UK time on 26 April 2019.
Please complete Section G: Personal Statement of the Graduate Financial Support Application Form in order to be considered for any other LSE Scholarships for which you meet the criteria. If you only wish to be considered for the Graduate Support Scheme, you do not need to complete the personal statement.
The outcome to your Graduate Support Scheme application will be displayed after you have received an offer. Successful applicants selected for other LSE Scholarships or awards will be notified by email by the end of July 2019.
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