What is available?
Graduates of the University of London can enrol on further courses with a bursary towards tuition fees.
Four scholarships are available for new students around the world.
The Sir John Cass's Foundation Distance Learning Scholarship is available for residents of London under the age of 25.
The Guy S. Goodwin Gill Scholarship is for the October intake of the MA Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies.
The Sadako Ogata Scholarship is for the March intake of the MA Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies
Applicants for the MBA from the UK or EU member states are eligible for a 20% bursary until April 2019.
Awards are for high-performing current students in a number of countries across Europe, Asia and Africa, and a 30% bursary for LLB alumni towards their fees.
Members of the Malaysian Bar Council are now able to receive a fee bursary for the Postgraduate Laws programme.
These scholarships are for nationals of Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe to study Postgraduate Laws (LLM). Apply by 11 January 2019.
Members of Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance & Protection (PHAP) can receive a 10% discount on their fees towards the MA Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies programme.
Current Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) employees can receive a 10% bursary that can be applied against registration, examination entry fees and module fees.
Alumni receive a 20% discount for the PG distance learning programmes in Livestock Health and Production, and Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health.
Undergraduate Laws has collaborated with three of our consortium colleges to offer high-performing LLB students the opportunity to complete their studies in London.
A 100 scholarships over the next 10 years available to new students from anywhere in the world to study any of the University of London programmes.