Imperial College Business School is proud to be a global organization with students from all over the world. To encourage this further, they are offering scholarships to African students who we believe would contribute to the Imperial community.
Please do note that scholarships awarded by Imperial College Business School are in the form of a reduction of the tuition fee. Therefore, if you receive another scholarship that pays the full tuition fee directly to the College, you cannot also receive a scholarship from the Business School.
If you are offered an Imperial College Business School scholarship or Imperial Loyalty Bursary and are subsequently offered a larger award by us, the larger one would supersede the first award and would not be in addition to it.
Application deadline: February 1, 2022
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Benefits of the Imperial College London Scholarship
The main benefit under the Imperial College London Scholarships for Africans is up to £10,000 scholarship tuition discount.
Eligibility Criteria for African Students
A strong overall application with excellent academic background, career potential, references and personal statement, are the only essential requirements for a chance to vie for this prestigious scholarship.
How to Apply
Candidates who submit their MSc program application before the deadline advertised below and receive an offer for the program will automatically be considered for this scholarship. Successful candidates will be notified by the Admissions team.
For more details, visit Imperial College London website.
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