Hi, I'm interested in development studies and I want to work in international organizations. I'm an international student and I'm curious about scholarships in British universities(postgraduate) I'm interested in LSE, but it would be great if somebody could give advice about scholarships in Britain all together. I heard there aren't a lot for international students except the commomwealth countries (is it true?) but I'm from Asia so.... Is it true about scholarships rare for international students?
Most people here with scholarships have them from governmental ministries from their home countries (Hong Kong and Singapore in particular). The only guy I've met who's a Home student and has one from LSE (not a company/government) came from pretty terrible circumstances and had fairly impressive grades, all things considered. I personally didn't find LSE's undergrad scholarships to be that generous compared to those at King's, but that may just be my course.
thanks a lot, the undergrads didn't seem that generous as i googled it but graduates seem better(hope so)
The School is offering 63 new full studentships for new PhD students. The studentships cover fees and living expenses of £18,000 each year for four years. They are available for UK/EU or Overseas students undertaking research in any LSE discipline, with annual renewal subject to satisfactory academic performance at the School. The studentships will be awarded on academic merit.
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