Scholarships

National Scholarship programme

As champions of affordable quality education, London Met is offering over 800 scholarships to undergraduate students joining the University in 2013.

Already providing some of the lowest tuition fees amongst UK universities, our scholarship programme reinforces our commitment to widening access into education.
The scholarships listed below are for full-time students only.

National Scholarship Programme (NSP)

With over 800 NSP scholarships on offer, it might be easier than you think to get additional financial support with your studies.

The National Scholarship Programme greatly reduces the cost of tuition fees by providing a generous fee waiver over the course of your degree. From September 2013, students eligible for a scholarship will also be given £1,000 in cash to help support their studies.

Jointly funded by the government and the University, these scholarships are available to students from low-income backgrounds.

Sir John Cass’s Foundation Lord Mayor’s Scholarship Programme

We are also proud to be able to offer students scholarships through the Sir John Cass’s Foundation Lord Mayor’s Scholarship Programme. The programme presents first year undergraduate science students with an opportunity to apply for a scholarship worth £7,000 per year for a maximum of three years.

September, January and Sir John Cass Scholarship programmes

National Scholarship Programme (January entry)

Scholarships for January entry

If you are starting an undergraduate degree in January 2013, you may be entitled to additional financial support in the form of a scholarship worth £6,000.

National Scholarship Programme

Up to £3,000 scholarships

If you are starting an undergraduate degree in September 2014, you may be entitled to £2,000 cash and a £1,000 fee waiver.

Sir John Cass’s Foundation Lord Mayor’s Scholarship Programme

Up to £7,000 scholarships

The programme presents first year undergraduate science students with an opportunity to apply for a scholarship worth £7,000 per year for a maximum of three years.