London South Bank University Offers Scholarships on Merit

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London South Bank University Offers Scholarships on Merit

11 April 2019

London South Bank University offers a merit based scholarship on progression for the ONCAMPUS LSBU students. A 25% merit scholarship is awarded to students with excellent grades for the next year of undergraduate study at LSBU.

Students in International Year One or Undergraduate Foundation Year will become eligible for a 25% deduction in tuition fee if they score:

  • AAA/AAB in Undergraduate Foundation Programme
  • AAAAAA/AAAABB in International Year One

This scholarship will be offered for each year of the undergraduate degree to students who meet the eligibility conditions. Additionally, a bursary of £1,000 is also being offered to students for each year of undergraduate study at LSBU.

LSBU is a leading university located at a prime location in London with close links to business and industry. Degree programmes at LSBU are professionally accredited with a strong focus on practical learning and employability.

If you want to study in the UK or learn more about courses and degrees at the London South Bank University, book a free consultation with SI-UK today.

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