The School of Law has a number of undergraduate scholarships and bursaries on offer for academic excellence and contribution to the School. For more information on any of the below, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School of Law is proud to offer a bursary of £12,000 per year in memory of exemplary QMUL LLB graduate, Gianni Sonvico. Applicants of this bursary must be in state school education and be means-tested by Student Finance to show their household income is less than £35,000.
See the Gianni Sonvico Bursary page to find out more about Gianni, and for more information on eligibility criteria and how to apply in 2018/19.
The School of Law has a number of £1000 scholarships available to students in their first, second and final years of their 3 or 4-year LLB and those in either year of their Senior Status LLB. These scholarships are based on academic merit and not financial circumstances.
Applications for these scholarships will be open in December 2018. Details will be published nearer the time. See the First, Second, Final Year and Senior Status Scholarships page for more information on selection criteria and how to apply.
Lawyers Volunteering for the Arts wishes to offer a £1,900 scholarship and work experience opportunity to a final year QMUL LLB student. This scholarship will enable a law student to support the LVFA initiative whilst gaining practical experience of the pro bono advice sector and financial support.
This bursary has been awarded for 2017/18. See the LVFA Scholarship page to find out more about Lawyers Volunteering for the Arts and for more information on eligibility criteria and how to apply in 2018/19.
The School of Law offers a £2,000 bursary to students in the first year of their three or four-year LLB. The awardee of this bursary will be selected on the basis of academic excellence and potential but also be recognised to be from a Widening Participation background.
Applications for this bursary will be open in December 2018. Details will be published nearer the time. See the Undergraduate Bursary page for more information on eligibility criteria and how to apply.
If you are a current undergraduate LLB Law or BA Law and Politics student, you may be eligible to apply for the William & Mary Drapers’ Company Scholarship, which will financially support an LLM course at the prestigious American College of William and Mary. If this is the case, you will be notified of this opportunity by email during your studies.
If you are interested in other Postgraduate funding opportunities, you can find out more here.
Students should also familiarise themselves with the range of funding opportunities available college-wide. Find out more about these opportunities here.