The University of Birmingham Law School is currently accepting applications for their Birmingham Law School Scholarships, which consist of a variety of financial awards and scholarships designed to support applicants from all over the world who want to become a part of their diverse and vibrant community.
We are happy to be able to provide several scholarships ranging from £3,000 to £10,000 per year to help defray the cost of tuition as part of our efforts to ensure that students from all walks of life are able to benefit from the educational opportunities provided by Birmingham Law School.
Sponsor(s) of this Scholarship: the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom
Host Institution(s): The University of Birmingham, located in Birmingham, United Kingdom
Scholarship Award: Up to ten thousand pounds each year
The number of awards has been quite a few.
Degrees Obtained: Bachelor’s and Master’s
Students of Foreign Nations or Nationalities
INFORMATION | Scholarships Available at the University of Birmingham Law School
The following is a list of available law school scholarships for international students who intend to enroll in either a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree program in legal studies:
LLB, as well as LLB for graduates Scholarships Awarded to Students From Other Countries
Benussi Bursary (LLB)
Master’s Degree in Legal Studies Award from the Harding International Legal Scholarship (LLM) College of Arts and Law Scholarship (LLM)
Scholarship provided by the Kalisher Trust (LLM)
Scholarships for the MSc in Responsible Data Science
Funding for research done by postgraduate students
Other alternatives for academic scholarships
The Criteria for Eligibility
Applicants to the University of Birmingham Law School Scholarships are expected to meet the following standards in order to be eligible for the scholarships:
Applicants are required to be students from other countries.
Applicants must not already be in possession of Participating in a course at the University of Birmingham as an enrolled student
Self-funding is required of all applicants.
Applicants are required to have already received an offer.
Procedures for Making Applications
How-to-Apply: Applicants are required to have completed both of the following in order to be considered for an award:
Submitted an application to the undergraduate legal program that they planned to attend. Please submit your application to the University of Birmingham’s undergraduate law degree through UCAS, using the applicable program page located on the University of Birmingham website.
have finished filling out the application for the LLB and LLB for Graduates Scholarship.
The application requires students to attach a statement of between 2000 and 300 words (about 300 characters), in which they discuss the reasons why they should be given an award. Your application would not be considered complete without the inclusion of your UCAS ID number.
The deadline for applications is August 31, 2022.