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  • University of Technology Sydney | 23 days ago

    The KPMG Indigenous Scholarship was established to provide financial assistance and the opportunity of a work placement at KPMG , for a commencing or continuing Indigenous student. Please refer to the Conditions of Award for the full details of the Scholarship. Value and duration The value of the Scholarship to the Recipient is $11,000 per year for the remaining duration of the degree of the...

  • University of Technology Sydney | 6 months ago

    The Michael Whitbread Scholarship is a travel grant awarded to a UTS Bachelor of Laws or Juris Doctor student. This scholarship is intended to assist with travel costs to London, United Kingdom, for recipient students to undertake a two-week unpaid internship at Barristers' Chamber 7 Bedford Row. The internship will ordinarily take place in July, and arrangement of the internship will be...

  • University of Technology Sydney | 6 months ago

    To support one commencing full-time UTS Law student. Value and duration This scholarship is valued at $10,000 and is paid over a one year period. Who is eligible? To be eligible for the Scholarship, an applicant must meet all of the following criteria: Australian or New Zealand citizen, or holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or permanent humanitarian visa. Current school leaver; or...

  • University of Technology Sydney | 6 months ago

    The Ezekiel Solomon Scholarship is a one (1) year scholarship to support one commencing or continuing, full-time UTS Law student who demonstrates financial need or other educational disadvantage(s). Ezekiel Solomon (AM) an Adjunct Professor in the UTS Faculty of Law and a senior partner in Australia's oldest law firm, Allens Arthur Robinson, has recognised the need to assist UTS Law students...

  • University of Technology Sydney | 6 months ago

    The Eric Dreikurs Scholarship is a one-year grant awarded to a continuing Bachelor of Laws student (i.e. to be eligible, a student must have completed at least one year of his/her degree), awarded on the basis of financial need. Other equity criteria may be taken into account. Eric Dreikurs (1911-2003) was born in Vienna and settled in Australia in 1938. As a successful businessman, he was...

  • University of Tasmania | Hobart, Tasmania | almost 2 years ago

    Charles Williams Memorial Scholarship in Law Barry Charles Williams (known as Charles) was born in 1939, and embarked on full-time LLB studies at the University of Tasmania as a mature-aged man of 47. He graduated in 1989. Charles was a sole practitioner in country areas for most of his professional legal life. While practicing law he always had a small farm with animals. During his law...

  • Flinders University | over 2 years ago

    Opening Date: 14-12-2015 Closing Date: 09-03-2016 DESCRIPTION A generous donation from Flinders University graduate Erica Jolly, a Companion of the University, has enabled the establishment of the Erica Jolly Indigenous Bursary. The bursary has been established to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake a higher education course, specifically in the field of...

  • University of Birmingham | over 2 years ago

    Description For 2015 entry Birmingham Law School will be offering a number of scholarships to international applicants for the following LLB programmes LLB (Bachelor of Laws) LLB with Business LLB with French LLB with German International students with overseas fees status who have applied for one of the above courses and placed Birmingham as firm choice by Friday 26 June 2015. Applicants are...

  • University of Tasmania | Hobart, Tasmania | almost 3 years ago

    John Kable Memorial Tasmania University Scholarship in Law This scholarship is provided by the estate of the late John Kable QC, a noted Tasmanian barrister. Eligibility Available to a student who will have successfully completed first year of full-time study in 2015 and will be enrolling full-time in second year of the Bachelor of Laws, or a combined degree that includes Bachelor of Laws in...

  • University College London | London, England | over 3 years ago

    The Denys Holland Scholarship Important information for Students Professor Denys Holland, in whose memory the Denys Holland Fund was created via donations from his students, was a sociable, compassionate man. A Professor of Law and Dean of Students, one of his principal concerns was the welfare and fulfilment of students under his care. His admissions policy for the Faculty of Laws was aimed...

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