The Standard Bank Scholarships, generously supported by Standard Bank Plc, offer an exciting opportunity of funding for students from emerging market countries (with a preference for students from Africa, China, Turkey and Indonesia to study one of the following Masters programmes in the Department of Finance at the London School of Economics and Political Science:
The Standard Bank Scholarships cover 100% of tuition fees and provide £10,000 towards living costs. These scholarships are aimed at providing opportunities for students who currently do not have the financial means to pursue further studies of this nature.
How to apply
To be considered for this scholarship, you must have completed the 2013/14 LSE Graduate Financial Support Application form and received an offer of admission (conditional or unconditional) by 26 April 2013. You must complete Section G - Personal Statement.
When you submit an application for admission to a taught masters programme, the Graduate Admissions Office will acknowledge your application and provide information about how to set up an LSE For You online account. This account will allow you to track the progress of your application for admission, and will provide you with access to the LSE Graduate Financial Support Application Form. The LSE Graduate Financial Support Application form will be available until 26 April 2012.
Selection for this scholarship will take place between May and July 2012 and we will notify the successful recipient(s) by the end of July 2012. If you have not heard from the Financial Support Office by the end of July 2012, you must assume your application has been unsuccessful. We will notify successful applicants only.
How to apply for admission
Tracking your application
If you complete the LSE Graduate Financial Support Application form, you will also be considered for support from the LSE Graduate Support Scheme. Being unsuccessful with your application to the Graduate Support Scheme does not preclude you from being considered for other awards such as this one.