London School of Economics Confirms three Standard Bank Derek Cooper Africa Scholarships for the intake 2020/21. This scholarship is the fully-funded opportunity for Africans nationals to pursue a Master’s degree in the London School of Economics. Generally, the combination of exceptional academic merit and financial need of students impacts the selection process. Moreover, the aim of this scholarship is to help financially weak African students who demonstrate high academic excellence and leadership potential.
London University of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is a public research university in Westminster, central London. This 1895 established university is another constituent institution of the federal University of London. Also, LSE is a member of Russell Group, Association of Commonwealth Universities and European University Association. LSE offers hundreds of courses in the discipline of business, management, law, and so on. Furthermore, the institution has an average acceptance rate of 8.9%
The applicants must hold an offer from any of the following course program from the London School of Economics and Political Science in order to be eligible for the position
In general, applicants must be the resident any one of Standard Bank’s African presence countries. However, preferences will be given to the residents of South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Angola, Mozambique, and South Sudan.
The fully-funded Standard Bank Derek Cooper Africa Scholarship program for African students covers the full tuition fee of a course in which the student wishes to commence study. In addition to that, the successful scholarship holder will also receive the maintenance stipend for living costs.
Please follow this link to know more about the application process.
Applicants must also attach supporting documents like an offer of a place (conditional or unconditional) and Personal Statement while applying for this fully-funded Scholarship at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
|Type of Opportunity||Uncategorized|
|Open to||African Students|
|Organizer||London School of Economics|