The LSE scholarships will enable more students from India
LSE Scholarships - Law School Expert
This Scholarship is for Graduate Study in any subject at Masters level at the LSE and will be for one year. If awarded a LSE Marshall Scholarship candidates would be expected to study at the LSE.
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A big thank you to all our current LSE Stelios Scholars who attended the annual LSE Scholars & Donors reception on 14 March 2012. As one of the evening's speakers, Manuel Stotz (a Stelios Scholar from our first cohort who graduated in 2008) spoke about what Stelios and his Scholarship has meant to him and the importance of giving back.
The AFLSE does not have a separate scholarship application. To be considered for the scholarship, prospective students must first apply for admission to the LSE. The LSE will identify candidates who are eligible to apply for the AFLSE scholarship through the Graduate Merit Awards selection process. U.S. citizens and permanent residents who receive Graduate Merit Awards may apply for the AFLSE scholarship by checking the relevant box on the Graduate Support Scheme application. (For more information about the LSE's Graduate Merit Awards and Graduate Support Scheme, please see the LSE Financial Support Office website, ) The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has announced 50 new scholarships for post-graduate Indian students as part of Briton's efforts to enhance bilateral cooperation in the area of education and research. The LSE India Scholarships and a major collaborative research programme on gender equality in the country were announced during British Prime Minister David Cameron's ongoing visit to India.The LSE India Scholarships will enable students from India to study for a Master’s degree at LSE starting in 2013. The awards will range from £3,000 to £32,000, depending on financial need, and are open to all Indian students who hold an offer of a place on an LSE Master’s programme by 30 April 2013. During the interview for the SIM-LSE scholarship, I mentioned that after graduation, I was most likely going to enter the small audit firm that I have been interning at during my school holidays. Now looking back, that was the girl who was always choosing the easier way out and who was too unmotivated to begin the tedious process of job searching since an offer was already given to her on a silver plate. However, after meeting all those youths in LSE, I decided that this was the time to challenge myself again.