Bursary for students living in India

Students living in India can receive a 20 per cent fee bursary for the Online Taught Undergraduate Programmes in Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences.

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Study Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences degrees at LSE, University of London.

If you are eligible, you will be provided with a discount code that can be used when you register.

Further details on how to receive this will be provided to you once you receive your Offer to register.

The bursary does not cover Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Sales Tax, textbooks, Examination Centre Fees or Examination Resit Fees.

Terms and Conditions

The following Terms and Conditions apply to your University of London Bursary (“Bursary”) for students living in India:

  1. To be eligible for the Bursary, you must be a current resident of India.
  2. The Bursary is available for the Online Taught Undergraduate Programmes in Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences only.
  3. You will not be considered for the Bursary until you have been given an offer for an Online Taught Undergraduate Programme in Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences.
  4. If you request the Bursary past the deadline for the current session, we cannot award you the Bursary. However you can request the Bursary for the next academic session providing the Bursary is still available, and if you can defer your registration until the next session. For the avoidance of doubt, the Bursary is available for students who first register for the programme in August 2021 or November 2021 sessions only.
  5. You cannot be considered for the Bursary if you are a currently registered student and it cannot be retroactively applied.
  6. The Bursary can be applied against the Half Module/Course Fees (10 Weeks) and Full Module/Course Fees (20 Weeks), but does not cover Examination Resit Fees, Recognition of Prior Learning Fees, fees for changing a module, Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Sales Tax charges, textbook fees or Examination Centre Fees.
  7. The  Bursary value is 20% of the relevant fee deducted from your Programme Fees.
  8. The Bursary may be awarded in addition to other scholarships and funding, but it cannot be used in conjunction with any other University of London bursary or scholarships.
  9. The Bursary may be reviewed on an annual basis and cannot be transferred to another individual.
  10. Students awarded a Bursary but who subsequently withdraw from their course of studies will no longer be eligible for the Bursary.
  11. Students who take a break in their studies will continue to be eligible for the Bursary provided that they complete their degree in the permitted timescales and pay any relevant Programme Fees.
  12. The Bursary cannot be retroactively applied to studies in previous academic years.
  13. If a student during study moves to a country outside of India they will no longer be eligible for the Bursary towards any future Module/Course Fees.
  14. The University reserves the right to terminate the Bursary if you are found to have omitted key information or have provided untrue, inaccurate, incomplete or fraudulent information on your application form or in any additional information provided to the University and used in the determination of the award of your Bursary.
  15. You agree to abide by the rules and regulations of the University of London. If you do not abide by these rules and regulations, or if you do not meet the requirements (including the academic requirements) to continue or complete the Online Taught Undergraduate Programme in Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences, the University reserves the right to withdraw the  Bursary with immediate effect.
  16. You undertake to use your best efforts to fulfil the academic requirements of the Online Taught Undergraduate Programme in Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences
  17. As part of the Bursary award, the University may ask you to participate in marketing related activities and/or events to promote and share your experiences of the Bursary. Examples of typical activities and/or events may include participating in an interview, providing a profile for the University website or prospectus or attending an open day or induction event. If you participate in such activities and/or events, you agree for the University to use any material resulting from such activities and/or events for the purposes of publicity material and/or for the education of other students, whether electronically or in print. You furthermore release and discharge the University and its agents, representatives and assignees from any and all claims and demands arising out of or in connection with the use of the publicity material, including without limitation any and all claims for invasion of privacy and defamation. Additionally, you agree that the copyright of any publicity material shall be wholly vested in the University and you hereby assign to the University any and all rights in the publicity material.
  18. By agreeing to these Terms and Conditions, you are giving the University the right to hold and process your personal data, including some sensitive personal data. The University will process this personal data (including any personal data provided as part of participation in a marketing related activity and/or event under clause 16) in accordance with the UK Data Protection legislation and the University’s Data Protection Policy. The University will only share data with third parties in accordance with its Data Protection Policy and the University will remain the data controller of the data. The Data Protection Policy is applicable from the time of accepting these Terms and Conditions.
  19. The University of London, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and 2U are all separate legal entities. In accepting the Bursary you agree to the sharing of your personal data between the University, the LSE and 2U (where relevant) for the purposes of the management of your Bursary.
  20. Each of the clauses of these Terms and Conditions operate separately. If a clause or any part of a clause is or becomes invalid, illegal or unenforceable, it shall be deemed deleted, but that shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the rest of these Terms and Conditions which shall remain in full force and effect.
  21. These Terms and Conditions constitute the entire agreement between you and the University in relation to the Bursary. All previous agreements, arrangements and understandings between you and the University relating to the Bursary, whether written or oral, shall have no legal effect unless expressly set out in these Terms and Conditions.
  22. If the University fails to insist that you perform any of your obligations under these Terms and Conditions, or if the University does not enforce its rights against you, or if the University delays in doing so, that will not mean that the University has waived its rights against you and that will not mean that you do not have to comply with those obligations. If the University waives a default by you of the Bursary, the University will only do so in writing, and that will not mean that it will automatically waive any later default by you.
  23. These are the Terms and Conditions between you and the University. No other person shall have any rights to enforce any of the terms of these Terms and Conditions.
  24. These Terms and Conditions, and any matters arising out of or in relation to these Terms and Conditions, are governed and construed in accordance with English law. The parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts to settle any dispute or claim arising out of or in relation to these Terms and Conditions.