Norton Rose Fulbright LLP and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) are pleased to offer a full tuition fee only scholarship (one) for the September 2018 intake for students wishing to follow the LLM in Energy and Natural Resources Law Programme.
Who is eligible to apply for this scholarship?
Students holding an offer for the LLM in Energy and Natural Resources Law programme (either conditional or unconditional, home/EU or overseas) for full-time study may apply for this scholarship online- see details on how to apply below.
Closing Dates and Important Notes
You MUST apply for the LLM in Energy and Natural Resources Law in London before applying for a scholarship – your application ID number is a requirement.
You must have applied for this programme by 4 June 2018 to then be eligible to apply for this scholarship.
The online form must be completed and submitted with relevant documentation (detailed below) no later than 23:59h BST on 2 July 2018.
Any student who has applied for the LLM Programme by 4 June 2018 and has not received an LLM offer of study by 25 June 2018 should contact email@example.com (not the admissions team) and quote the date of application and their application number in order for us to look into this.
What does this scholarship cover? How are they paid?
For the successful candidates, his/her tuition fees payable to Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) – the equivalent of £14,250 for a Home/EU student or £20,700 for a non-Home/EU student – will be covered entirely by the scholarship in the form of a fee waiver. Please note the scholarship does not cover any additional living costs or flights etc.
Norman Palmer was the academic principal of the Institute of Art and Law, under the auspices of which he provided countless hours of instruction to hundreds of students. His wisdom and intellectual curiosity produced a number of leading publications, including Palmer on Bailment, Art Loans and Museums and the Holocaust, as well as dozens of articles in the area of art and cultural property law. As a barrister, he specialized in the fields of cultural objects, personal property, commercial law and dispute resolution, including the mediation of disputes over cultural objects. His clients included governments, local authorities, cultural institutions, religious bodies, indigenous communities, museum curators, art collectors, art dealers, transporters and insurers. His knowledge and understanding of the field as well as his enthusiasm for it, were unparalleled, and the new LLM programme in Art, Business and Law, which launched in September 2017 is his legacy to Queen Mary.
What do the scholarships cover? How are they paid?
This scholarship will cover the partial cost of tuition only in the form of a fee waiver; it will not cover additional course costs (books etc.) or accommodation fees. Scholarships are not payable directly to successful applicants but are off set against your student fee invoice. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit, the submitted personal statement in response to the set question as detailed in the application, and in some cases, financial need and professional/extracurricular achievements.
Course: LLM Art, Business and Law
Value: 1/3 off tuition fees
Available for full time study only
Closing Dates and Important Notes
You must have an offer of study on the LLM Art Business and Law programme before you apply for this scholarship.
Course: LLM programmes as listed (except those specified)
Value: 10 x £10K tuition fee waiver
Available for full time study only
Which LLM programmes are eligible? 10 partial LLM scholarships (partial tuition fee waivers for 5 x Home/EU students and 5 x International students) from the School of Law for the following LLM programmes:
What do the scholarships cover? How are they paid?
The LLM scholarships cover the partial cost of tuition only in the form of a fee waiver; the scholarships do not cover additional course costs (books etc.) or accommodation fees. Scholarships are not payable directly to successful applicants but are off set against your student fee invoice. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit, the submitted personal statement in response to the set question as detailed in the application, and in some cases, financial need and professional/extracurricular achievements.
The William Ross Murray Scholarship is a joint initiative with International Students House (ISH). SOAS will cover the cost of tuition fees at the Overseas rate and ISH will provide free accommodation and a food scholarship covering 3 meals per day. There is one William Ross Murray Scholarship available.
Possess a good honours degree, preferably first class, from a UK institution or overseas equivalent.
Have an unconditional offer of admission to pursue the full-time LLM at SOAS by the scholarship application deadline. If your offer is conditional, please ensure you meet the conditions and receive an unconditional offer by the deadline.
Candidates will be assessed on academic merit by a Selection Panel.
The assessment of your application will be based on the information provided in your scholarship application and in your on-line admission application for admission. Selectors will be looking at the degree results and also at academic references, statement and other relevant information.
Scholarship Application Deadline
Scholarship applications must be received no later than 17:00 (UK Local time) on 20 February 2018.
In order to be considered for this scholarship, you must ALSO submit a complete online application to your programme. It is recommended to apply for the programme about six weeks BEFORE the scholarship deadline (that is, by 9 January 2018). Please note that complete applications for admission can take up to 4 weeks to be considered by the Department, although this duration can vary depending on the time of year. You should be prepared to wait up to 6 weeks in busy periods.
Late or incomplete applications will not be considered
The Alphawood Foundation has generously provided Paul Webley Alphawood Scholarships for post-graduate students undertaking either the full-time taught masters programmes MA Human Rights Law or LLM in Human Rights, Conflict and Justice.
In 2018-19 there will be 1 Paul Webley Alphawood Scholarship.
The Paul Webley Alphawood Scholarship will cover tuition fees.
MA in Human Rights Law candidates must demonstrate how they will specialise in the promotion and protection of the rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender persons under the law. LLM in Human Rights, Conflict and Justice candidates must demonstrate how they will specialise in the promotion and protection of the rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender person under the law
Must possess a good honours degree, preferably first-class, from a UK institution or overseas equivalent.
Open to applicants paying fees at the UK/EU or overseas rate
Candidates undertaking the MA in Human Rights Law must demonstrate how they will specialise in the promotion and protection of the rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender persons under the law
Candidates undertaking the LLM in Human Rights, Conflict and Justice must demonstrate how they will specialise in the promotion and protection of the rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender persons under the law.
Applicants must have an offer of admission to pursue one of the eligible full-time masters programmes at SOAS by the scholarship application deadline.
Applicants must meet the English language condition of their offer of admission to study at SOAS as soon as possible but no later than 1 June 2018. If your offer is conditional on English, please arrange your English test and ensure you meet the English requirements as soon as possible.
The University is delighted to offer up to 100 £5,000 Masters scholarships to attract the most talented students to study at Sussex. The scholarships are available on a competitive basis to UK, EU and non-EU students who have accepted a full-time place on a Masters course at Sussex in 2017 and who have, or who expect to achieve, a first-class undergraduate honours degree from a UK higher education institution or who have, or who expect to achieve, the equivalent of an undergraduate honours degree with the highest grades from a university within the European Union.
Type of award
Taught full-time Masters
All applicants (UK, EU and non-EU) who either hold or expect to achieve a first-class undergraduate honours degree from any UK higher education institution or who hold or expect to achieve an excellent undergraduate degree from a university within the European Union (see attached table for criteria) are eligible;
You must apply for an eligible Masters course (see list below) and receive and accept an offer by 1 August 2017 (applications received after 1 August may be considered if all available awards have not been allocated);
You must meet all the University’s general entrance requirements.
Eligible Masters courses
All full-time taught Masters degree courses at the University of Sussex are eligible (e.g. MA, MSc, LLM) excluding the following courses:
Postgraduate diplomas (including Common Professional Examination (CPE), Law and Economics)
LLM in Corruption, Law and Governance (delivered in Qatar)
Masters degrees in Social Work (if receiving a bursary)
PGCE courses and schools direct teaching courses
MA degrees in IDS apart from MA Gender and Development
Masters degrees at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School (However, joint Masters degrees and the joint PG Diploma in Physician Associate Studies are eligible)
In addition, masters students funded by the research councils (e.g. those receiving ESRC 1+3 funding) are not eligible.
You should apply online for an eligible full-time Masters course via the University’s postgraduate application system in time to receive an offer of a place by 1 August 2017 (applications received after 1 August may be considered if all available awards have not been allocated).
Nottingham Law School is delighted to offer a number of competitive Dean’s Professional Courses Scholarships for Academic Excellence for eligible courses starting in September 2017.
These prestigious scholarships are available to UK, EU and International students and are worth up to the value of half the tuition fee. The scholarships will be available in the form of a tuition fee reduction. If you are successful in your scholarship application, you will be invited to join our exclusive Scholarship Winner’s Ambassador Scheme when you enrol on your course.
The following full-time, part-time and distance learning courses are included in the Nottingham Law School Dean’s Professional Courses Scholarships for Academic Excellence Scheme:
Graduate Diploma in Law
LLM Legal Practice Course
LLM Bar Professional Training Course
Application deadline dates
For courses starting in September 2017 the deadline is 4 pm GMT on 19 June 2017.
Successful applicants will be notified of their scholarship award within three weeks.
The University of Exeter Law School is delighted to offer a number of scholarships each worth £5,000 for students enrolling on the LLM in the 2017/18 cycle.
The LLM offers great opportunities to study across a range of modules taught by outstanding academics in their field. The programme offers topical, academically rigorous and professionally relevant modules in a variety of subjects, including:
This scholarship provides assistance to overseas students* enrolled or enrolling full-time in the Master of Laws (LLM) or Master of International Law (MICLaw) programs. The scholarship will take the form of monetary assistance to help with living expenses for 12 months and will be paid in two installments – one during semester 1 and one during Semester 2. Applicants should note that they will be responsible for the payment of all tuition fees associated with their program.
Applicants will be assessed on the following criteria:
Significant financial need
Express interest in the study of law, with a view to using that study in some future occupation
Applicants should note that the total number of scholarships, and the duration and amount of each scholarship to be awarded will be determined on an annual basis by the TC Beirne School of Law Scholarship Endowment Fund Selection Committee.