Amount: Varies (from ￡5,000 (US$9,822) to ￡7,500)
Established by: The scheme was established by Lord Mayor of London Sir Richard Nichols in 1997 to help build links between London — the world’s leading financial center — and other financial centers, as he was struck during his overseas visits by the high regard in which London is held by foreign business communities and by the number of students who wish to study in the UK. Since then, it has awarded 66 scholarships to recipients from 37 countries, including one from Taiwan. The scheme is funded primarily through donations by business and trade groups in the City of London and awards vary in size from ￡5,000 (US$9,822) to ￡7,500.
Open to: Students and young business executives from overseas to travel to the United Kingdom to study or to undertake training or work experience in the Financial Services Sector.
Application Procedure: Applications for Mansion House Scholarships should be made in the first instance to the British Trade and Cultural Office in Taiwan. Applicants should use the approved application form and complete it with information concerning family, educational and professional backgrounds, together with an indication of what training is being sought in UK - and why, coupled with academic and professional references as appropriate. British Trade and Cultural Office in Taiwan will then forward endorsed application forms to the Secretary, the Mansion House Scholarship scheme for final approval by the Lord Mayor.
Please download the application form and send it to BTCO at email@example.com. Applicants may be required to attend an interview at the BTCO. Further details of the Scheme can be found on www.mansionhousescholars.org.uk.
Application Deadline: Aug. 15