Please read through the information on this site about the different scholarships that are offered by LSE. The site is updated in November each year for the subsequent academic session. New scholarships may become available during the course of the year. We recommend you check this website on a regular basis.
Please read all the information carefully as in some cases you may need to contact other agencies or organisations. If a separate contact address is given, the Financial Support Office is unlikely to hold any additional information.
Where application for the scholarship is via LSE, and unless otherwise specified, you must complete the online LSE Graduate Financial Support Application form, which is available on the Graduate Admissions' web tracker system once you apply for admission.
You will be automatically considered for all the scholarships for which you are eligible by completing and submitting the LSE Graduate Financial Support Application, including the personal statement. It is therefore only necessary to complete the application form once, regardless of how many awards you would like to be considered for. The form will be available until 5pm on 29 April 2021. You must be holding an offer of admission (unconditional or conditional) by this date to be considered for financial support.
How to complete the LSE Graduate Financial Support Application
It is also advisable to carry out your own research into what is available. The best source of information is the internet, but you may also find information in a good public library or in a local British Council Office.
The following may also be useful:
Please also see the Grant making bodies web page which has information about external (non-LSE) organisations that offer funding.