Achievement Awards

Achievement Awards

The University of London International Programmes offers financial support to undergraduate students through its Achievement Awards. These are awarded to students with the highest aggregate mark in their first year of study with the University. This award covers University of London fees in the student's second year.

These awards are available to students on certain programmes in certain countries. In 2017, awards will be given to:

  • The top five EMFSS students in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.*
  • The top five Undergraduate Laws students in Ghana, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Trinidad and Tobago.**

Award winners will have their 2017-18 continuing registration and examination entry fees waived by the University of London.

Students do not apply for these awards. The University of London writes to award winners once results have been released.

Notes:

* BSc and Certificate in Higher Education students are eligible. However, students would need to have sat exams for the equivalent for 4 full 100 courses in one sitting and this would need to have been the first time they were examined for these courses. Students need to achieve a minimum aggregate mark of 240.

** LLB and Certificate in Higher Education students are eligible. However, students would need to have sat exams for all four intermediate courses in one sitting and this would need to have been the first time they were examined for these courses. Students need to achieve a minimum aggregate mark of 240.