Business School, City University London Scholarships UK
Each year, Cass Business School, City University London and generous donors create opportunities for students to fully fund or part fund their studies.
In addition, you may also be eligible for other bursaries and scholarshipsmanaged by the University.
Cass Business School undergraduate scholarships for 2014 entry.
At City University London we believe that exceptional academic performance should be recognised and rewarded. City is offering a Scholarship of £2,000 per year to UK and EU Cass Business School undergraduate students achieving exceptional grades at ‘A’ level, International Baccalaureate or other equivalent qualifications starting an undergraduate course at City in September 2014.
Duration: three years (subject to academic performance)
Deadline: There is no application for this scholarship. If you meet the eligibility criteria, you will automatically be awarded the scholarship in November 2014.
London South Bank University (LSBU) Vice-Chancellor Scholarships for International Students
At London South Bank University (LSBU) we understand how important a postgraduate degree is to career progression and professional fulfilment. The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship programme has £48,000 to offer in a range of awards creating opportunities for a variety of postgraduate students. The programme is made possible by donations to the University’s Annual Fund from alumni and other supporters.
All Home, EU or International students who have firmly accepted their unconditional or conditional offer of a place to study on a postgraduate programme at LSBU are invited to apply for a scholarship in up to three of the following categories. Their application will be assessed and, if successful, the student will receive one award. Only one application is allowed.
You will be invited to apply online via email after you firmly accept your unconditional or conditional offer to study at LSBU. We recommend you apply for your place at LSBU as soon as possible to ensure you have been made an offer by the scholarship deadline of 28 June, 2014.
When you apply for a Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship, you will be able to nominate three of the above categories that you would like to be considered for. Your application requires you to create a personal statement. If your application is shortlisted, you will then be invited to attend an interview with a panel of LSBU staff. Please note that the details above specify the minimum selection criteria only – all applications received will undergo a rigorous selection process based on your personal statement and eligibility.
Please download the Terms and Conditions (PDF File 70 KB) before applying.
The best personal statements provide examples of your achievements using the ‘S.T.A.R.’ structure:
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