London South Bank University Kevin Herriott Scholarship
Scholarship created from donations by LSBU alumnus and entrepreneur, Kevin Herriott
From donations received by LSBU alumnus Kevin Herriott, we are now offering the Kevin Herriott Scholarship for our MSc Sustainable Energy Systems programme.
For the 2016/17 academic year there is one scholarship worth £4,000 towards fees for UK, EU or International students.
Number of scholarships: 1 for academic year 2016/17
Deadline: 30 June 2016 for September 2016 entry
The Scholarships are awarded primarily on academic merit, evidence of an applicants' commitment to their future career and their previous practical or academic achievements. Students will be selected by the scholarship panel whose decision is final. No appeals will be received.
Scholarship applications will only be accepted from students with the following:
- an LSBU offer (conditional or unconditional) of a place on MSc Sustainable Energy Systems
- proof of academic excellence. Qualifications obtained outside the UK will be assessed for equivalency using NARIC
- evidence of having commitment to their future career and previous practical or academic achievement
How to apply
You will be invited to apply online via email after you firmly accept your unconditional or conditional offer to study at LSBU. We recommend you apply for your place at LSBU as soon as possible to ensure you have been made an offer and have time to complete your scholarship application by the deadline of Thursday 30 June 2016.
Offers should be firmly accepted by Thursday 16 June 2016 in order to receive your application pack in time.
Completed forms and requested documents should be returned by email.
All applications must be received by the deadline date. Scholarships are awarded primarily on academic merit and evidence of applicants' commitment to their future career and their previous practical or academic achievement. Selection is made by a scholarship panel. Their decision is final and no appeals will be received.
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