The University of London calls application for Váradi scholarships. The University of London alumnus József Váradi has donated over £1 million to the University, to provide scholarships to support up to 100 distance and flexible learning students over the next ten years.
The Váradi Scholarships will continue the University of London’s founding mission of opening access to education and connecting worlds. The Váradi scholarships will be available to all new students, from anywhere in the world, studying any of our programs.
The Váradi scholarships cover all University of London tuition fees. The scholarships do not cover any fees or costs (such as computers and additional study materials or Teaching Centre fees) not directly payable to the University of London.
- To be eligible for the Váradi Scholarship, candidates will need to demonstrate within the application that without the scholarship you would not be able to undertake the programme.
- The Váradi Scholarships available for the University of London distance learning programmes only and the course is undertaken must be a full degree.
- Candidates not eligible for the Váradi Scholarshipuntil if they have received an offer for a qualifying University of London distance learning programme. Similarly, a current student at the university is not eligible for the scholarship.
- BSc Computer Science
- BSc Psychology
- BSc Business Administration
- Global MBA
- Master of Laws (LLM)
- MSc Data Science
- MSc Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics
Duties of Scholarship holders
Each year scholarships holder will have to take the minimum number of examinations permitted for their programme. Candidates should refer to your programme regulations for further information on examinations as well as follow the standards expected of University of London students. In addition to that as a scholarship holder, candidates must write a short report each year outlining the impact of the study and research, to be shared with the University of London Development Office.
- The Development Office is responsible for engaging with alumni (former students) and friends of the University to encourage support for scholarships.
- The Development Office may contact the student during the course of and following your studies to ask for feedback on your course and the impact of their scholarship. This feedback and the annual report will be used to report back to donors on the impact of scholarships.
- The Development Office may also ask for their permission to use these statements (in part or in full) in future marketing and fundraising materials – candidates are perfectly within their rights to remain anonymous.
- Download and complete the scholarship application form.
- Submit an application for your chosen degree via its course page.
- Please ensure you upload your completed scholarship application form under the ‘Scholarship Form’ section.
- Pay the appropriate online application fee for your program.
- You must submit a fully completed course application, as without this we cannot consider a scholarship application.
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