- Founded in 1909 by the Queensland parliament, UQ is one of the six sandstone universities, an informal designation of the oldest university in each state.
- These competitive scholarships are awarded to outstanding international students on the basis of academic excellence and an interest in a career in law. High-achieving students are encouraged to apply.
Four scholarships are on offer:
- 2 scholarships covering 50% of the tuition fees and
- 2 scholarships covering 25% of the tuition fees
- for courses undertaken towards the Master of Laws (LLM), Master of International Law (MIL) or Master of International Commercial Law (MICLaw) programs.
- The scholarship does not include living expenses, travel expenses, overseas health cover or the Student Services and Amenities fee.
- Enrolment Status: Future UQ student, Current UQ student
- Student Type: International
- Study Level: Postgraduate coursework
- Study Area: Law
- Scholarship Focus: Academic excellence
- Scholarship Value: 25% or 50% of the laws component of your degree program
- Scholarship Duration: Upto three Semesters
You’re eligible if you:
- are an international student
- have applied for a place in postgraduate study or are enrolled at UQ and wish to commence postgraduate law studies
- choose to study one of the following programs:
- Master of Laws
- Master of International Law (including duel programs)
- Master of International Commercial Law (including duel programs)
- do not hold another scholarship that the Head considers to be similar.
- your CV
- academic transcripts
- 2 reference letters.
You’ll also need to tell us about:
- why you want to study law and your aspirations in this field
- your personal qualities, which may include: evidence of leadership potential, community involvement, cultural or sporting achievement or anything else you consider relevant
- your financial need or hardship
- other scholarships you have applied for.
You can save your progress and resume your application at any time.
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They will consider your merit based on:
- academic achievement
- your interest in studying and pursuing a career in law
- any other information you provide that is considered relevant.
Decisions will be made as soon as possible after the closing date and you will be notified of the outcome in writing. If you are shortlisted, you may be required to participate in an online interview.
This is a separate process to your application for a place at the University. Any offer of a scholarship is made subject to the approval of your enrolment in an approved law program at The University of Queensland.
October 15, 2022
In case of queries, contact (07) 3365 1498 or write at firstname.lastname@example.org