The London School of Economics and Political Science is a public research institution located in London. It began in 1895. According to a recent study, LSE had the highest level of “world-driving” exploration among British colleges. However, it is ranked 27th in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022 and 49th in the QS World University Rankings for 2022. The London School of Economics has one of the lowest dropout rates in the UK and has produced 16 writers and scholars who have won the Nobel Prize in economics. It is an 8.9% acceptance rate.
The Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) is not acceptable as an entry qualification for LSE. You have to pass these diplomas.
International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB) Foundation Courses and Access to HE Diplomas are accepted.
3A Levels: A*AA – AAB – AAA
IB: 37 points overall, with 666 in higher-level subjects
38 points overall 766 in higher-level subjects
four-year bachelor’s degree from a recognized institution with an overall mark of 75 percent or a GPA of 3.5/4.
Two-year master’s degree awarded after a four-year bachelor’s degree with an overall mark of 75 percent or a GPA of 3.5/4.0 (for research program)
English Language Requirements:
IELTS UKVI: 7.0 overall 6.5 with each subset
6.5 reading,6.5 listenings, 6.5 writing 6.5 speaking
For P.G: 7.0 overall and 7.0 reading, 6.5 listening, 7.0 writing,6.5 speaking
TOEFL IBT: 100 overall with 23reading, 22 listening,24 writing, and 22 speaking for U.G
109 overall with 25 reading, 24 listening, 27 writing,22 speaking (FOR P.G)
PTE: 69 overall and 69 reading, 62 listenings, 62writing, 62 speaking
(FOR PG) 69 overall and 69 reading,62 listening, 69 writing, 62 speaking FOR LAW: 7.0 overall and 7.0 reading,7.0 listening, 7.0 writing,6.5 speaking
Tuition fee per year:
Business Degree: 22,430
Science Degree: 22,430
Economics & Economic History: 22,430
International Relations: 22,430
Arts Degree: 22,430
Bachelor of Environment & Development: 22,430
Bachelor of Sociology
There all bachelor programs are offered in 22,430
Business Degree: Master of Finance 39,984
Master of Conflict Studies: 24,456
Science Degree: 24,456
Master of City Design & Social Science 30.690
Econometrics & Mathematical Economics: 32,208
Environment & Development: 26,323
Master of Law: 29,984
Data Science: 32,208
Environmental Economics & Climate Change: 27,984
Global Management: 33,208
Master of Management: 34,584
Media, Communication & Development: 24,456
London school of economics and political science scholarships: Undergraduate/ Postgraduate
Grace Jackson Scholarship
Deadline: 1 June 2022
value: £9,250 per year for three full-time years of study.
One academic reference – this can be sent by you together with your scholarship application, or it can be sent to us separately by your referee
Supporting documents – this will vary dependent on the information you have provided; further guidance can be found in the scholarship application form
Commonwealth Shared Scholarships
Commonwealth Shared Scholarships are financial aid options for candidates from least developed or lower-middle-income commonwealth countries. The scholarship is awarded for studies in the UK in a full-time Master’s study on selected courses. Commonwealth-shared scholarships cover fees, fares, and personal maintenance. Scholarship Type Merit-Based
Application Deadline Dec 18
International Students Eligible: yes
Starting the studies with the UK academic year, i.e., by September/October 2022.
A minimum of 75% with a relevant undergraduate or master’s degree
not have worked or studied in a high-income country.
Not be able to afford the study in the UK.
The eligible Commonwealth countries for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships include,
|Papua New Guinea||Rwanda||Sierra Leone||Solomon Islands|
|Sri lanka||Tanzania||The Gambia||Tuvalu|
The student must apply for one of the taught master’s programs offered under the scheme
Students should secure admission to their intended program of study in the UK.
Applicants must simultaneously apply for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship.
The selection criteria for the scholarship are-
The potential impact of the work on the development of the candidate’s home country.
The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship will cover the following expenses of the student:
|Approved airfare||to and from the student’s home country, to home country only at the end of the award||funded by CSC|
|Approved tuition fees||Entirely.||funded by CSC|
|Stipend, i.e., living allowance||at £1,110 per month, or £1,362 per month for those studying at universities in metropolitan areas.||funded by university|
|Warm Clothing Allowance||If applicable||funded by university|
|Thesis grant||towards the cost of preparing a thesis or dissertation||funded by university|
|Study travel grant||study-related travel within the UK or overseas||funded by CSC|
|Excess baggage allowance||up to an annual approved limit, when returning home.||funded by CSC|
|Reimbursement of the cost of a mandatory tuberculosis test||required for a student visa application to the UK (receipts must be supplied).|
Scholarship Website Link: http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/apply/shared-scholarships/
LSE Undergraduate Support Scheme:
LSE Undergraduate Support Scheme is presented to international students who are not able to cover their financial requirements to study in the UK. It is awarded to students who wish to pursue any UG program offered by the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Type Merit-Based, College-Specific
Organization: London School of Economics and Political Science
Application Deadline: Apr 27
International Students Eligible: yes
Amount: based on the requirements of the student.
On average, it ranges between 6,000 GBP and 15,000 GBP
Renewability: The awards are renewable annually for the chosen program to study at the London School of Economics and Business.
Prospective applicants must secure admission at LSE to be eligible to apply for LSE Undergraduate Support Scheme
Should be an international student.
Must enroll for any of the UG Programs offered by LSE.
Must have financial requirements or insufficient funds to meet the costs of studying at LSE.
They are required to complete the LSE Undergraduate Scholarship Application 2020 and submit the same with all the supporting documents.