London School of Economics and Political Science Luksic Scholars Program — Master of Public Policy (MPP)

Opportunity for Chilean students admitted to the MPP program at LSE.

Applications: Closed


Applications: Closed


London, UK


Opportunity for Chilean students admitted to the MPP program at LSE.

About the Program

In July 2020, a new scholarship fund supported by the Luksic family was created at the renowned London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), aimed at Chilean students admitted to the Master of Public Policy (MPP) program of the university.

The MPP is a one-year master’s degree which aims to teach the “craft of government“: the knowledge, understanding, and experience that a policy professional needs to thrive in their career. This graduate program combines economics, political science, philosophy, and quantitative analysis from LSE’s School of Public Policy, with a focus on the management of contemporary public organizations.

Admissions and aid decisions are made exclusively and independently by the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Update (from April 26th, 2022): For those who received letters of acceptance to LSE’s Master’s programs (including the MPP and MPA programs) and would like to apply for financial aid, the Graduate Financial Support application deadline has been extended until May 3rd at 9am UK time GMT+1. You can find additional information here.

Fees and Funding: LSE Website

Candidates will be awarded scholarships and/or funding directly from the university to which they apply. The university is exclusively responsible for selection and admissions decisions, and does so at its complete discretion and, subject only to the eligibility conditions established by the respective program. The Luksic Scholars Foundation has no participation or influence in the application processes, admissions decisions, or awarding of scholarships.


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