Residential Atlantic Fellowship in Social and Economic Equity

The Residential Atlantic Fellowship in Social and Economic Equity is suitable for those who have spent time (around ten years) in a professional, activist or campaigning career and have considerable real-world experience of challenging inequality. 

Eligibility

This funding is available to those who have applied for admission to Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity (Residential Stream with MSc in Inequalities and Social Science).

The Atlantic Fellows programme is keen to support applicants who do not otherwise have the resourses to fund their studies, especially those from developing nations. 

Scholarship amount

There are between nine and eleven Atlantic Fellowships available covering full tuition fees and providing a stipend to the value of £19,000. 

How to apply

Application is not via the LSE Graduate Financial Support Application. Check the website of the International Inequalities Institute for more information on how to apply for this funding: www.lse.ac.uk/International-Inequalities

The deadline for applications is 12noon on 10 January 2022.