LSE Scholarships

In 1987, Stelios graduated from the LSE with a BSc in Economics (Industry and Trade). In an expression of gratitude for the rich and diverse experience LSE had to offer, Stelios donated a space in LSE’s New Academic Building in 2008. Similarly, he sponsors the 10 annual Stelios Scholars who choose LSE’s 3-year program. Every year, at least one Scholar originates from Cyprus, one from Greece, 4 from the UK and the remaining 4 from other European countries. 

Since 2005, the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation have empowered 137 aspiring undergraduate students to study at LSE.

For the academic year 2023 – 2024, five scholarships will be available annually for undergraduate students from Greece (3) and Cyprus (2). The scholarships provide £17,000 per year towards tuition for students studying on three-year undergraduate programmes in LSE’s Departments of Economics, Finance, or Management. 

Apply below for 2 Stelios Scholarships for Students from Cyprus at the London School of Economics and Political Science

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All our LSE scholars

Stelios’ 2023 LSE Scholars (19th year)

Stelios’ 2022 LSE Scholars (18th year)

Stelios’ 2021 LSE Scholars (17th year)

Stelios’ 2020 LSE Scholars (16th Year )

Stelios’ 2019 LSE Scholars (15th Year )

      • Shelly Sandhu
      • Amy Melody
      • Gajapathy Sharanya
      • Miah Abdul
      • Mochnaki Marcin
      • Pergjini Gerti
      • Uddin Ridwan

Stelios’ 2018 LSE Scholars (13th Year)

Stelios’ 2017 LSE Scholars (12th Year)


Stelios’ 2016 LSE Scholars (11th Year)


Stelios’ 2014 LSE Scholars (10th Year)


Stelios’ 2013 LSE Scholars (9th Year)


Stelios’ 2012 LSE Scholars (8th Year)


Stelios’ 2011 LSE Scholars (7th Year)


Stelios’ 2010 LSE Scholars (6th Year)


Stelios’ 2009 LSE Scholars (5th Year)


Stelios’ 2008 LSE Scholars (4th Year)


Stelios’ 2007 LSE Scholars (3rd Year)


Stelios’ 2006 LSE Scholars (2nd Year)


Stelios’ 2005 LSE Scholars (1st Year)