Jennifer Pinney Masters Scholarship

  • Master
  • Full tuition waiver
  • 26 April 2024

Each year LSE awards a number of scholarships, funded by private or corporate donations. The number, value, eligibility criteria and type of scholarships vary from year to year.

All scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial circumstances in the first instance, and secondly take into account academic merit.

The Jennifer Pinney Masters Scholarship is a generous fund established in honour of Jennifer Pinney who was a former retired member of staff having spent 25 years at LSE. She delivered LSE’s first major fundraising campaign for the redevelopment of the LSE Library in the 1970s and was highly regarded as a pioneering higher education fundraiser by her peers across LSE and the UK HE sector.

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London School of Economics and Political Science

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  • It is available to any offer holders for a one or two year full-time master's programme.

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The scholarship is a contribution towards the full tuition fees of a Home UK student.


To apply for this and other LSE scholarships with the same application process, you must have:

applied for admission to study at LSE; see How to apply;

submitted the LSE Graduate Financial Support Application (including Section G: Personal Statement) accessed via the Graduate Application Tracker;

received an offer of admission (conditional or unconditional).