London South Bank University Vice-Chancellor's Scholarships
These scholarships are made possible by donations from alumni and other supporters
At LSBU, we understand how important a postgraduate degree is to career progression and professional fulfilment. We're also aware that we don't want the cost of further study to deter students and our alumni from a potentially life-changing opportunity. As a result, we're keen to create opportunities that make a difference to our students.
Scholarship packages and award criteria:
- Fee waiver, not exceeding £8,000 in total, for a postgraduate programme at LSBU, plus a £1,000 cash award.
- Minimum selection criteria: A first-class honours undergraduate degree from any UK university (or international equivalent), plus evidence of key academic, professional and practical achievements. Achievements should be at national or international level and demonstrate local impact.
- Academic excellence (qualifications obtained from outside the UK will be assessed for equivalency using Enic-Naric)
- Evidence of an applicant's commitment to their future career and previous practical or academic achievement.
If you do not currently hold a conditional or unconditional offer simply apply to one of our postgraduate taught courses or a research degree.
How to apply
You can 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.
The application deadline is Thursday 30 June 2016.
To submit your application, complete the application form and send via email to firstname.lastname@example.org along with scans of your university transcripts/certificates evidencing your degree classification. Your application will not be considered without these.
All applications must be received by Thursday 30 June 2016. 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.