Over £1 million pounds have been collected by the trust since 2009.
Scholarships to Students: The Excellency Award Assia de Juniac and the Merit Award Roger Seydoux
These awards aim to contribute towards the cost of tuition fees during the second year of the double master Sciences Po /LSE which is spent in London.
The allocation of the awards amongst those applicants is means tested.
The recipients of these awards are selected by the Trustees amongst candidates that have been accepted by Sciences Po in the Double Master programme. The criteria used by the Trustees to select the awards’ recipients are academic excellence and social background.
39% have been allocated to students (Scholarships to students of the double degree Sciences Po/LSE, scholarships to British students studying at Sciences Po)
61% allocated to research and teaching (Oxpo Programme, Vincent Wright Chair, MOOCs)
Scholarships and funding for Research and Teaching
The OXPO scholarship aims to contribute towards the living cost incurred during a year of post-doctoral fellowship at Oxford University. The Trustees are not involved in the selection of the scholarship’s recipient.
The Sciences Po Alumni UK Charity Trust helps to recruit professors of international standards, and funds visiting professors from British Universities invited to teach and research at Sciences Po.
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