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London Business School MBA Scholarships

London Business School Annual Fund Scholarships
Criteria: Demonstrate ability to contribute to all aspects of the MBA programme
Amount: £20,000
No of Awards: 25
No special application required. All students who receive an offer for the class will be automatically considered for this award

Bank of America Merrill Lynch Scholarship
Criteria : MBA applicants interested in the financial services industry.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £20,000

Mark Le Goy Memorial and MBA 97 Class Scholarship
Criteria: All successful MBA applicants
No of Awards: 1
Amount:50 per cent of first year tuition fees

MSc04 Maurice Forshaw Memorial Scholarship
Criteria: All successful MBA applicants.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: Full first year tuition fees

MSc07 Term Scholarship
Criteria: All successful MBA applicants.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: Full first year tuition fees

MSc16 Term Scholarship
Criteria: All successful MBA applicants.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: 50 per cent of first year tuition fees

MSc17 Term Scholarship
Criteria: All successful MBA applicants.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: 50 per cent of first year tuition fees

MBA94 Term Scholarship
Criteria: All successful MBA applicants.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: Full first year tuition fees

MBA25 Scholarship Fund
Criteria: All successful MBA applicants.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: Full first year tuition fees

Style Research World Citizen Scholarship
Criteria: MBA applicants who are socially responsible and have a strong desire to use their knowledge, education and business skills to make the world a better place.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £20,000, plus mentoring opportunities.

Celia Atkin Avent Scholarship
Amount: 50% of first year tuition fees

Citi Foundation Scholarship
Criteria: All successful female MBA applicants who have an interest in the financial services industry.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £20,000.

Deutsche Bank Women's Scholarship Programme
Criteria: All successful female MBA applicants who have an interest in the financial services industry
No of Awards: 3
Amount: £20,000

Forté Foundation Fellowships
Criteria: All successful female MBA applicants.
Amount: up to £20,000


London Business School Military Scholarship
Criteria: All successful MBA applicants who have been employed in a full time military role in their career so far.
No of Awards: 1
Amount:£20,000

Wili and Ilse Scholarship
No of Awards : 1
Amount: £10,000
Criteria: Brazilian nationals, candidates intending to return to Brazil after completing their MBA will be given preference.

Goldman Sachs New Markets Scholarship
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £20,000
Criteria: All nationalities, but preference will be gven to nationals of Africa, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Russia and Turkey.

The Vodafone Group Foundation Scholarships - The Sir Christopher Gent Awards
No of Awards: 4
Amount: £20,000
Criteria: Only qualified candidates from few nationalities

The Santander Scholarship

Criteria: All successful MBA applicants who are nationals of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela, Spain, Portugal and the United Kingdom.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £20,000.

The German Scholarship
Criteria: All successful German MBA applicants
Recipients will be expected to assist with the School's marketing efforts in Germany.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £12,000.

The Australian/New Zealander Scholarship
Criteria: All successful MBA applicants who are nationals of Australia or New Zealand. Recipients will be expected to assist with the School's marketing efforts in the region.
No of Awards: 1
Amount:£12,000.

The USA/Canadian Scholarships
Criteria: All successful USA and Canadian MBA applicants.
Recipients will be expected to assist with the School's marketing efforts in the region.
No of Awards: 2
Amount: £12,000.

The Chinese Scholarship
Criteria: All successful Chinese MBA applicants.
Recipients will be expected to assist with the School's marketing efforts in the region.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £12,000.

The Israeli Scholarship
Criteria: All successful Israeli MBA applicants.  Recipients will be expected to assist with the School's marketing efforts in the region.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £12,000.

The Elof Hansson Foundation Scholarship
Criteria: All successful Swedish MBA applicants who demonstrate financial need.
Amount: 50 per cent of first year fees.

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation - Yoshitoki Chino Memorial Scholarship
Criteria: All successful Japanese MBA applicants Recipients will be expected to serve as a goodwill ambassador for  London Business School and the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £10,000. 

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation - Yoshitoki Chino Memorial Scholarship
Criteria: All successful British MBA applicants. Recipients will be expected to serve as a goodwill ambassador for  London Business School and the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
Recipients will be expected to serve as a goodwill ambassador for the London Business School and the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £10,000.  

The Mo Ibrahim Foundation Scholarship for Sub-Saharan Africa
Criteria: All successful MBA applicants who are nationals of sub-Saharan Africa. Recipients of the award are expected to contribute to the School's marketing efforts in the region.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: up to £50,000.

Ray Miles Scholarship
Criteria: All successful British MBA applicants with financial need and ideally from a non-privileged background.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £10,000.

MBA22 Term Scholarship
Criteria: UK nationals
No of Awards: 1
Amount: 50% first year fees.


The Sumantra Ghoshal Memorial Scholarship
Criteria: All successful Indian MBA applicants.
Recipients of these awards are expected to contribute to the School's marketing efforts in the region.
No of Awards: 2
Amount: £12,400.

The Huckleberry Scholarship
Criteria: All successful Thai MBA applicants who are exceptionally gifted and talented.
Recipients of these awards are expected to contribute to the School's marketing efforts in the region.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £10,000.

The Huw Jenkins MSc21 Scholarship Fund
Criteria: Outstanding UK nationals
The recipient of the award is expected to contribute to the School's marketing efforts in the region.

Bursaries
London Business School Financial Need Bursaries
Open to: All successful MBA applicants earning less than £15,000 and with  proven financial need who would not otherwise be able to study at the London Business School.
No of Awards: up to 5 awards
Amount: up to £15,000 each.

MBA99 Bursary
Open to: All successful MBA applicants earning less than £15,000 and with  proven financial need who would not otherwise be able to study at the London Business School.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £15,000

MBA2004 Bursary
Open to: All successful MBA applicants earning less than £15,000 and with  proven financial need who would not otherwise be able to study at the London Business School.
No of Awards: 1
Amount: £15,000

External Scholarships

General Schemes(pdf) - http://www.london.edu/assets/documents/programmes/GeneralGrant.pdf
Africa(pdf) - http://www.london.edu/assets/documents/programmes/Africagrants.pdf
The Americas(pdf) - http://www.london.edu/assets/documents/programmes/Americasgrants.pdf
Asia and the Middle East(pdf) - http://www.london.edu/assets/documents/programmes/AsiaGrant.pdf
Australia and New Zealand(pdf) - http://www.london.edu/assets/documents/programmes/Australia_grants_on_web.pdf
Europe and UK(pdf) - http://www.london.edu/assets/documents/programmes/UKEuropegrants.pdf

Please Note:
The MBA tuition fees for the programme commencing in August 2010 are £49,900.
Key Points to consider before calculating Fees
•    MBA2009 summer internship salaries averaged £1,003 (US$1,980) per week for up to 12 weeks.
•    MBA2008s earned an average of £100-£300 per day for their Second Year Project (25-30 days duration).

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