TC Beirne School of Law Scholarships (LLM/MICLaw)
The TC Beirne School of Law has a proud tradition of providing undergraduate and postgraduate legal education of the highest quality. The School’s outstanding teaching staff and deep commitment to students have contributed to its reputation for excellence.
As part of this commitment, the School is offering students the opportunity to apply for the TC Beirne School of Law Scholarship. This Scholarship will provide 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 instalments – 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:
- Academic merit
- Significant financial need
- Express interest in the study of law, with a view to using that study in some future occupation
- Proposed budget
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.
Applications for 2016
Students must complete an application form and declaration and submit it with a copy of their curriculum vitae by the close of business on 26 February 2016 to:
The TC Beirne School of Law Scholarship Endowment Fund Selection Committee
TC Beirne School of Law
Forgan Smith Building
The University of Queensland 4072
The Committee will meet as soon as practicable after the closing date and applicants will be notified of the outcome in writing.
NOTE: Any offer of a scholarship is made subject to approval of the candidate's enrolment in the Master of Laws program or Master of International Commercial Law program at The University of Queensland ie Scholarship applicants MUST have completed an ‘International Student Application for Graduate Coursework Studies’ (LLM(#16)/LLM(#24)/MICLaw) and have received an unconditional offer from The University of Queensland before applying for a Scholarship.A copy of the offer letter should be attached to the scholarship application.
For further information please contact Mrs Vicky Chiu at email@example.com.
An overseas student is a person who is not an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident, or a New Zealand citizen, and who is enrolled or proposes to enrol in a program of study at an institution in Australia. Temporary residents of Australia and permanent residents of New Zealand are classified as overseas students.