Royal Holloway University of London Magna Carta Law Scholarships, UK


Deadline:

March 08, 2016

Disciplines:

Law


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Royal Holloway University of London Magna Carta Law Scholarships

Five scholarships of £3,000 per year for three years available to new undergraduate students in LLB Law with Home/EU fee status.

Scholarships are offered as tuition fee waivers of £3,000 per year and are disbursed over three years of study at Royal Holloway.

Eligibility criteria

Open to new undergraduate students with Home/ EU fee status and normally with minimum grades at GCE A-level of AAA or equivalent and a strong Scholarship Statement.

The strength of a candidate’s previous academic background will also be considered. This will be assessed via the documents submitted as part of their degree application.

Please note that in order to be eligible to apply for the scholarship you need to hold a current offer (either Conditional or Unconditional) to study LLB Law at Royal Holloway.  

How do I apply?

You need to complete an online Scholarship Application Form before the deadline:  8 March 2016 (5pm UK time).

Before starting your application, please ensure that you have read the Application Guidelines and the eligibility criteria associated with the scholarship you are applying for.

Additional terms and conditions

These scholarships are offered as tuition fee waivers of £3,000 per year and are disbursed over three years of study at Royal Holloway.

Students on a three year undergraduate degree who choose to spend their 2nd Year abroad will have any tuition fees owing to Royal Holloway waived by this scholarship. However, no additional cash award will be made in these circumstances.

Students on a four year undergraduate degree who spend their 3rd Year on a study abroad placement will not receive any scholarship funding for that 3rd year.  However, for the 4th Year of the undergraduate degree, the full tuition fee waiver will apply.

In order to be eligible to receive this scholarship in Years 2, 3 or 4, an average academic grade of at least 60 per cent is required each year.



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