The tuition fee for taking one course on the LSE-UCT July School is as below.
Standard rate: £1,350
Student rate: £1,150
The student rate is available to all current full-time university and high school students, and also to alumni of LSE and the University of Cape Town.
A further £100 discount is available for early applications received by 31 March 2015
Standard rate - Early applications: £1,250
Student rate - Early applications: £1,050
Please note that the tuition fee does not include the cost of travel, accommodation or other living costs.
A non-refundable £40 application fee applies to all applications, and is paid by credit/ debit card online through the secure LSE eShop system as part of the application process.
Application fees must be paid before an application can be submitted. Applications cannot be processed without the fee having been received.
The application fee is not refundable in the event of an unsuccessful application or a decision to withdraw or not accept an offered place.
Tuition fee payment
Tuition fees must be paid in order to secure a place on the LSE-UCT July School. The payment must be received by the deadline given on the offer letter, usually four weeks from the offer, or the offered place may be made available to another applicant. These timescales may be shortened closer to the start of the LSE-UCT July School.
Tuition fees are paid online by credit or debit card through the secure LSE eShop, which requires a validation code provided in the offer letter. It is possible for fees to be paid by a third party, or for an invoice to be arranged for an employer, university or scholarship provider to make a payment provided sufficient notes is given to facilitate payment within the agreed deadlines. Full receipts are provided for all payments.
Under no circumstances will it be permitted for a participant to attend the LSE-UCT July School if their fees have not been paid in full in advance.
A limited number of bursaries are available for current, full-time LSE students and African nationals or residents. Information about these bursaries will be made available in early 2015.