Available scholarships depend on your level of study and where you are from.
Find out how to apply for the different scholarships at London Metropolitan University by selecting their titles from the listings below.
What is a scholarship?
A scholarship can cover or help to cover the cost of course fees. Scholarships are highly sought after and the process of applying for scholarships is often competitive. To be in with a chance of receiving a scholarship you will ordinarily need to submit an application or proposal. This is assessed and evaluated before scholarships are awarded to successful applicants meeting all of the eligibility criteria.
Scholarships available to undergraduate students
Scholarships available to postgraduate students
Accommodation and tuition fees
This postgraduate scholarship is open to eligible international applicants who are considering a full-time master's in the UK.
Computer Vision – PhD scholarship scheme
Up to £18,000 over three years
Offered through the School of Computing and Digital Media, this covers part of the tuition fees for either one full-time or two part-time partially fees waiver-only scholarships for the successful applicants
Stories from our scholarship students
Master of Business Administration (MBA) (Cybersecurity)
"The module leaders are very inspiring"
Master of Public Administration
"My scholarship changed my life and gave me a new start. All the things I dreamed of achieving have now become more reachable and accessible."
Elly Yahui Zhang
MA Conference Interpreting
Receiving my scholarship was one of the best things that ever happened to me.
MSc in Public Health
Receiving this scholarship meant everything to me that words couldn't express
MA Human Resource Management
My scholarship has opened a window of opportunity for me to explore academic life beyond the borders of my country
"My goal is to be an educator in Cambodia, an advocate for the preservation of Cambodia’s architectural and urban heritage"
Shylea Quinones Echevarria
Receiving this scholarship allowed me to hope for a better future.