Lalji PfAL Scholarship for Sub-Saharan Africans at London School of Economics 2019
Lalji PfAL Scholarship for Sub-Saharan Africans 2019 – Through the continuing generous support of the Lalji family and the Programme for African Leadership (PfAL) Foundation, LSE is delighted to announce that it is making available a significant scholarship fund for bright African students applying to the eligible Masters programmes for the 2016/17 academic year.
Department of International Development, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Level/Field of Study
Confirmed eligible programmes:
- MSc Development Management
- MSc International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies
- MSc African Development
- MSc Development Studies
- MSc Anthropology and Development
- MSc Environment and Development
- MSc Political Economy of Late Development
- MSc Population and Development
- MSc Urbanisation and Development
- MSc Media, Communications and Development
Number of Awards
Students from across the whole of sub-Saharan Africa. The following applicants are particularly encouraged to apply:
- Applicants who have not previously studied outside Africa
- Applicants from Kenya, South Sudan, Uganda.
- Applicants from Nigeria and Ghana, particularly those with interest in public sector careers
A full scholarship will cover fees and living costs, but the value for each student will be assessed according to financial need.
All Lalji PfAL Scholarship recipients will benefit from an additional study seminar series plus automatic enrolment into the [email protected] leadership programme which takes place throughout the year.
In order to be considered for one of these awards, you must have a bachelor’s degree and meet the minimum entry requirements for LSE’s graduate programmes.
You can find details specific to your country/region here. (Click on a country/region, then choose the country where you took your degree qualification. Click on the flag to access specific country requirements).
If you meet the entry requirements, please complete a PfAL Phase 1 application form. If your initial application is approved then you are eligible to apply for one of the selected MSc programmes (Phase 2) and complete a financial assessment form (Phase 3).
Only Phase 1-approved candidates holding an offer of a place on one of the approved MSc programmes will be assessed for an award.
4 March 2016 (annual)
Study in: UK
Course starts Sept 2016
It is important to visit the official website (link found below) to access the application form and for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.