LSE’s new Access Agreement for 2012 has today been approved by the Office for Fair Access (OFFA). This will see the School increase the annual amount spent on bursaries and discounts for UK undergraduates to over £2.2 million by 2015 and on widening participation and retention measures to £665,000 by 2015.
Students on a full grant will receive annual bursaries worth £3,500 or £3,000 per year, while students on a partial grant will receive bursaries worth between £2,500 and £500 per year. In addition, English students from the lowest income backgrounds will be eligible for a further £3,000 discount from their fees or accommodation in their first year at LSE.
Full details of our financial support package for 2012 entry can be found at http://www2.lse.ac.uk/intranet/students/studentServicesCentre/financialSupport/ScholarshipsLSE/UGApp/UgAppHome/2012information.aspx