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Jiayi

April 18th, 2024

No application administrative fee? It’s possible at LSE!

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Jiayi

April 18th, 2024

No application administrative fee? It’s possible at LSE!

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Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

LSE welcomes you from around the world and from all diverse backgrounds. To promote inclusivity and reduce financial constraints, LSE has launched an administrative fee waiver scheme, which waives the £95 application fee if you meet the criteria.

Apply if you meet the criteria!

You can apply for a waiver if you face ongoing financial difficulties and are unable to pay the administrative fee, particularly if you live in a country where armed conflict is prevalent and/or are a student without access to banking services.

In addition, LSE encourages refugees, asylum seekers, individuals with humanitarian protection and discretionary leave to remain, as well as stateless persons to submit administrative fee waiver applications.

Please note, however, that LSE is unable to waive the administrative fee for students who have sufficient savings/income or are facing temporary cash flow problems. In these cases, and for those who meet the eligibility criteria, LSE offers a variety of other financial support schemes to offer holders, including scholarships, studentships, and tuition fee reductions.

How to Apply?

If you’re eligible for remission, read the administrative fee waiver application form and fill it in. Early applications have a better chance of success, so you should apply for an administrative fee waiver as early as possible. Please ensure that you submit your administrative fee waiver request in good time, at least 10 working days before any application/funding deadline.

No matter where you come from or what your financial situation is, you should be able to access higher education. Through this administrative fee waiver scheme, LSE wants to open the door to aspiring learners facing financial burden. For more information, read the Administrative fee waiver page.

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Jiayi

I'm Jiayi Feng, a postgraduate student of Global Media and Communications (LSE and USC). I like reading books in different fields and I'm a movie lover and a travelling amateur. You're welcome to talk about movies, books, or places that you love with me.

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