Alumni give so that Singaporeans who have gained admission to the LSE can have that added means to study at a world-renowned academic institution that is the LSE. Gifts to the Trust will provide direct undergraduate scholarships to Singaporean students.
The LSEAAS is also the platform from which the Singapore LSE Trust Scholarship for undergraduates and postgraduates was launched as an independent initiative. On 22 October 2004, the Singapore LSE Trust was launched with a dinner at the elegant Asian Civilisations Museum with our alumni, Minister for Finance Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam. 180 alumni and their family and friends attended this.
This scholarship is funded through the generosity of Warwick alumni and friends in Singapore, through the Friends of the University of Warwick in Singapore Trust. About this scholarship Each year, the Trustees will award a scholarship to outstanding, academically-able undergraduate students from Singapore who are financially-disadvantaged.Friday, 29th November 2019 LSEAAS Gala Dinner 2019 Save-The-Date for LSEAAS Gala Dinner! Join us on 29th Nov for an evening with friends and Guest-of-Honour Dame Minouche Shafik, Director of LSE; Kara Owen, British High Commissioner to Singapore in a fireside chat moderated by Pamela Qiu, Director of The Economist Corporate Network, Southeast Asia Date: 29th November 2019 (Friday).London School of Economics and Political Science. Houghton Street. London. WC2A 2AE. UK. LSE is a private company limited by guarantee, registration number 70527.
Since 2012, KPMG has been selected by the Singapore Government to be one of the participating organizations in the Singapore-Industry Scholarship (SgIS). Representing the Professional Services industry, KPMG partners closely with the various government agencies to identify and award scholarships to deserving students.Read More
Scholarships and financial support page of Study UK: Discover You In Singapore, the British Council also offers IELTS Scholarships. The scholarships are awarded to five students who are pursuing their undergraduate or postgraduate programmes in a higher educational institution in Singapore or overseas that recognises IELTS as an entry requirement.Read More
You will need to answer two essay questions if you are applying for any of the programmes below. Essays are not necessary for applications to MIA (Master in International Affairs), MPAM (Master in Public Administration and Management) and PhD in Public Policy. Master in Public Policy (MPP) Essay 1 (600 words) a) What is the most urgent challenge facing your community or nation today?Read More
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LSE Postgraduate Programme Scholar The first time I saw the scholarship email from the Financial Support Office, I could not move my feet. All I could say then was that 'the dream is now a reality'. Going through the three terms at LSE, my thoughts have changed and my aspirations have been well defined.Read More
About LSE Blogs LSE’s public-facing blogs have grown into one of the world’s primary digital knowledge exchange platforms for academics, students, and researchers. Contributions from think-tank researchers, politicians, and third-sector experts across the world mean that LSE Blogs have grown into a hub for evidence-based commentary and accessible summaries of academic research.Read More
The department offers a range of master’s (MSc) programs as well as executive study options and is committed to advancing the frontiers of the study of management, through its social-science based research, collaboration across the entire LSE, and its engagement with enterprises, organizations, and leaders throughout the world.Read More
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is an open research university founded by the members of Fabian Society, namely Graham Wallas, Beatric Webb, and Sydney Webb. Established in 1895, the university collaborated with the London University and introduced its first-degree course in 1901. Later in 2008, LSE awarded its own degree.Read More
Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health: Royal Veterinary College staff and alumni receive a 20 per cent bursary off most fees for the College's distance-learning programmes. Postgraduate study (various): the Aga Khan Foundation provides scholarships to outstanding students from developing countries with no other means of financing their studies.Read More
As well as the Scholarships that are awarded internally at London Business School, many external organisations offer scholarships or grants to students attending the School. For comprehensive listings by country view our external scholarships PDFs: General Schemes (PDF document, 38kb) Africa (PDF document, 88kb) The Americas (PDF document, 105kb).Read More