We are committed to bring the most talented with the greatest potential to LSE, but this year we could only support 12% of scholarship applications and demand is growing.
Shaping the world?
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on LSE students from under-represented communities - those who are most in need of financial support. Last year our alumni and friends funded 189 scholarships. It just shows how every gift really matters.
You can help invest in the future innovators, world leaders and entrepreneurs who will shape the world, for good. Contribute to our Scholarship Fund to ensure talented individuals, particularly those from lower socio-economic backgrounds and minority groups, can access a life-changing education and become the thought leaders of tomorrow.
I am so fortunate to have been awarded a Scholarship: it has enabled me to go to university, alleviated my financial burden and allowed me to focus on my studies.
Passing the Torch to the next generation
Pass the Torch scholar Lucia Ilie (BSc International Social and Public Policy and Economics 2022) explains her journey to LSE and the life-changing impact that scholarship support has had on her.
Going beyond my wildest dreams
Egerton Neto, Master’s of Public Policy student and Rodolfo Villela Marino Scholarship recipient, shares his journey to LSE and his hopes for the future.
Overcoming adversity with help from the New Futures Fund
Chelsea Auma, final year LLB student and New Futures Fund scholar, describes her difficult path to LSE and how being awarded a full scholarship completely transformed her life.