London Metropolitan University - Study Abroad Diversity Scholarship

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Study Abroad Diversity Scholarship
Scholarship Name Study Abroad Diversity Scholarship
Academic Year 2021
Scholarship amount £1,500
Nationality Any
Scholarship Deadline 15 November 2021

We welcome applications for our Study Abroad Diversity Scholarship from international visiting students applying to our undergraduate Study Abroad programme. This scholarship represents a £1,500 tuition fee reduction for one semester.  

Please note this scholarship is aimed at students coming from backgrounds underrepresented in study abroad. It is not intended for students applying for undergraduate or postgraduate full degree courses at London Met.
Eligibility criteria

In order to meet the criteria, you must:

  • be an international student who has applied to our  Study Abroad programme
  • be a current undergraduate student
  • have a minimum GPA of 2.7 (out of 4) or equivalent
  • be from an underrepresented background

Restrictions and exemptions

The scholarship will only be available in form of a tuition fee reduction. It cannot be offered as a cash reward and it is only valid for one semester. This scholarship cannot be combined with any other London Met scholarships and tuition fee discounts. The scholarship cannot be deferred. If you choose to defer to another semester you will need to reapply for the scholarship.

How to apply

All applicants must complete and submit the application form below for consideration by the scholarship panel by the given deadlines. The University will aim to inform all candidates if their application has been considered successful one month prior to the programme start date. All unsuccessful candidates will be written to after this date.

Application deadlines:

  • For autumn semester: 15 August
  • For spring semester: 15 November

As part of your application, you must submit a 500-word essay including:

  • evidence of how you represent diversity in Study Abroad
  • evidence of commitment to your programme of study
  • an explanation of how you will engage with and contribute to the University community
  • an explanation of how the award will benefit you financially

If you have any questions about your eligibility or are having difficulty applying, please contact the University's study abroad team.

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