One of the Executive Msc in Cities’ key priorities is ensuring that outstanding candidates are able to participate in the programme, even if they are without the means to meet the full costs of their study.
The programme seeks to bring together stakeholders from as wide a range of contexts as possible, thereby broadening access to knowledge and debate around the way we design and govern our cities
For 2020/21 Executive MSc in Cities applicants, LSE Cities is running three scholarship schemes:
LSE Cities Scholarships
The LSE Cities Scholarships offer up to £10,000 of tuition fee support. This scheme is open to all Executive MSc in Cities applicants who are unable to meet the full cost of tuition, regardless of nationality, current residence or professional background.
Bloomberg Scholarships for Public Service
The Bloomberg Scholarships for Public Service offer a maximum of £34,941 of tuition fee support. This scheme is open to all Executive MSc in Cities applicants who work for a public sector organisation, regardless of nationality or place of residence.
The application deadline for both the LSE Cities Scholarships and the Bloomberg Scholarships for Public Service is 12.00 (noon) on Tuesday 21 April 2020.
Learn more about the LSE Cities and Bloomberg Scholarships
The LSE-Sawiris Scholarships are funded by the Sawiris Foundation for Social Development, a philanthropic organisation based in Egypt. The scheme is open to Executive MSc in Cities applicants who live in Egypt and work in the public or third (non-profit) sector.
The LSE-Sawiris Scholarships offer a maximum of £34,941 of tuition fee support, as well as further support for travel and accommodation.
The application deadline for the LSE-Sawiris Scholarships is 12.00 (noon) on Friday 28 February 2020.
Learn more about the LSE-Sawiris Scholarships