The Financial Support Office administers a variety of scholarships and award schemes. The relevant link on the left will take you to the awards available for your particular level of study.The LSE undergraduate support scheme (USS) is designed to help overseas students who do not have the necessary funds to meet all their costs of study
Open to: international students
Scholarships: partial and full
Applications for 2010 entry
The deadline for on-time applications is 15 January 2010. Any application submitted to UCAS from 16 January onwards will be considered as late. The School can only consider late applications if there are still places available on the course once all on-time applications have been assessed. For the vast majority of courses, we will be unable to consider any late applications.
Information for offer holders
For an online version of the Undergraduate Offer Pack 2010 please click here.
Making an application
The Making an application pages provide information for prospective applicants about applying to study at LSE and gives general advice to applicants which they may find useful during the application process.
The Admissions criteria pages provide advice which is specific to each of our undergraduate courses giving details about each department’s admissions criteria.
English Language requirements for 2010 entry
If students offer the IGCSE in English as a First Language or O level (other than those specified on our recognised English Language requirements list) and have been educated in the medium of English during their five most recent years of study (prior to 1 September 2010), then we will accept the qualification as sufficient evidence of English Language proficiency. For full details please see our online prospectus here.
Changes to the student visa application process
The way overseas students apply for a student visa has changed. Please click here for information on the changes to the visa application process. Please note, this guidance was written in September 2009 and is a general guide. The application process is changing during 2009/10 and the immigration rules change frequently. For detailed up to date information go to the LSE Student Services Centre website
Financial support information
With the introduction of top-up fees in 2006, LSE has designed a number of bursaries and scholarships for students entering higher education. For terms and conditions, eligibility requirements and value of each award/scholarship, please refer to the Undergraduate applicant section on the Financial Support Office web pages.
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