Applications for the Váradi Scholarships 2020 to study at the University of London are now ongoing. the University of London alumnus József Váradi has contributed over £1 million to the institution, to offer grants to assist up to 100 distance and flexible learning students over the next decade.
The Váradi grants will keep up the University of London’s initial mission of opening access to education and bringing together different worlds. The Váradi scholarships will be open to every new student, from anywhere in the world, studying any of the University of London’s programmes.
József concluded his LLM with the University via distance studying in 2014, focusing on International Business Law. He is the CEO and co-founder of Wizz Air. Thanks to the magnanimity of alumni like József, the University can bring down bridges to learning and offer assistance to some of the most commendable students of the institution, permitting them to boost their lives and the lives of others in their area.
- The Váradi grants take care of all the University of London tuition expenses. The scholarships do not cover any charge (such as computers and extra study tools or Teaching Centre fees) not directly paid to the University of London.
The grant is accessible to:
- Any student whose permanent residence is in Central and Eastern Europe. This includes Albania, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, and Ukraine.
- Any student enrolled in one of the following programmes:
- BSc Computer Science
- BSc Psychology
- A BSc in Business Administration
- Global MBA
- Master of Laws (LLM)
- MSc Data Science
- MSc Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics
- Applicants are encouraged to register for a grant at the same time as submitting your programme application. Please note that your admissibility will need to be confirmed before your application being considered.
- You will need to prove in the application that without the grant you will be unable to enroll in the programme.
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Method of Application
- Download and fill the scholarship application form.
- Apply for your degree of choice through its course page.
- Please verify you upload your completed scholarship application form under the ‘Scholarship Form’ section.
- Pay the applicable online application fee for your programme.
- You must submit a completed course application, as without this they will be unable to consider a scholarship application.
If you have applied for a programme previously but did not register and wish to be reviewed for this grant, please tender a completed scholarship application form here as there may be no need to reapply.
The deadline for this application is July 17 2020.
For further enquires, visit Váradi Scholarships.