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  • Undergraduate Scholarships and Bursaries

    We aim to support students from a variety of backgrounds and put you at the heart of everything we do and we offer one of the UK’s largest law scholarship funds.  
      
    With a substantial fund available across our undergraduate and postgraduate law courses in 2017, we are able to provide scholarships and bursaries to those demonstrating a combination of academic excellence and need. 

    Our programme will continue to ensure the brightest minds are given the opportunity to achieve their ambitions, irrespective of background or personal circumstances. It is all about supporting future talent.

    How to Apply for a Scholarship or Bursary

    You will need to have received an offer for one of our undergraduate courses and be from a household where income for the last 12 months has been £25,000 or less. For more information on calculating your household income, download our factsheet

    Applications are open for our September 2017 undergraduate courses. To apply for a scholarship or bursary, please register your interest below and you’ll receive an email to confirm your registration.  As part of the application, you will be required to take an online skills assessment.

    Any queries about the scholarships and bursaries available should be directed to our scholarships team via scholarships@law.ac.uk.

    Good luck.

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      Details of the 2018 award are still to be confimed.  Please register your interest.

      The award winner will also receive a complimentary subscription to Lawyer 2B for the duration of their course.

      Entry criteria:

      BBB at A-Level (or equivalent)

      You will need to have received an offer for one of our undergraduate courses and be from a household where income for the last 12 months has been £25,000 or less.

      Personal information required as part of the application process:

      • Full name
      • Name of institution studying / have studied with
      • Confirmation of grades obtained (or expect to be awarded) BBB at A-Level
      • Household income in the last 12 months
      • Any challenges that you may be facing that would not allow you to study with us

      Process:

      • You will be invited via email to take part in a 20 question online assessment. All applications are considered based initially on academic criteria
      • Students who successfully pass the online assessment will be invited to submit a short essay on a law related topic.

      Application deadline: tbc

      Online skills assessment to be completed by: tbc.

      Submit a short essay by: tbc

      Award winners notified by: tbc

    • A range of awards available to those whose circumstances may otherwise prevent them from continuing their studies and entering the legal profession.

      Details of awards for 2018 are still to be confirmed.  Please check back for more details..

      Entry criteria: BBB at A-Level (or equivalent)

      You will need to have received an offer for one of our undergraduate courses and be from a household where income for the last 12 months has been £25,000 or less. There could be some flexibility in entry criteria, based on your personal information you provide. For more information on the award criteria, download the factsheet.

      Personal information required as part of the application process:

      • Full name
      • Confirmation of grades obtained (or expect to be awarded) BBB at A-Level (or equivalent)
      • Household income in the last 12 months
      • Any challenges that you may be facing that would not allow you to study with us

      Application deadline: tbc

      Online assessment to be completed by: tbc

      Award winners notified by: tbc

    • The Law for All Bursary has been specifically created for the schools and colleges in partnership with ULaw:

      • Birmingham Metropolitan College
      • City and Islington College
      • Coleg Cambria
      • Cornwall College
      • Farnborough Sixth Form
      • Highbury College (Portsmouth)
      • Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form
      • Reigate College
      • Sunderland College
      • Sussex Downs College
      • Walsall College.

      Details of 2018 awards are still to be confirmed.  Please check back for more details.

      Entry criteria:

      • BBB at A-Level (or equivalent)
      • You must attend one of ULaw’s Further Education College partners
      • You must also have a recommendation from a tutor.
      • You will need to have received an offer for one of our undergraduate courses and be from a household where the income for the last 12 months has been £25,000 or less.

      Personal information required as part of the application process:

      • Full name
      • Name of institution studying / have studied with
      • Confirmation of grades obtained (or expect to be awarded) BBB at A-Level (or equivalent)
      • Household income in the last 12 months
      • Any challenges that you may be facing that would not allow you to study with us.

      Application deadline: tbc

      Online assessment to be completed by: tbc

      Award winners notified by: tbc

    • The Law for All Scholarship has been specifically created for the schools and colleges in partnership with ULaw:

      • Birmingham Metropolitan College
      • City and Islington College
      • Coleg Cambria
      • Cornwall College
      • Farnborough Sixth Form
      • Highbury College (Portsmouth)
      • Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form
      • Reigate College
      • Sunderland College
      • Sussex Downs College
      • Walsall College.

      Details of 2018 awards are still to be confirmed.  Please check back for more details.

      Entry criteria:

      • AAB at A-Level (or equivalent)
      • You must attend one of ULaw’s Further Education College partners
      • You must also have a recommendation from a tutor.
      • You will need to have received an offer for one of our undergraduate courses and be from a household where income for the last 12 months has been £25,000 or less.

      Personal information required as part of the application process:

      • Full name
      • Name of college
      • Confirmation of grades obtained (or expect to be awarded) AAB at A-Level (or equivalent)
      • Household income in the last 12 months
      • Any challenges that you may be facing that would not allow you to study with us.

      Application deadline: tbc

      Online assessment to be completed by: tbc

      Award winners notified by: tbc

  • Read the Terms and Conditions for each of our Undergraduate and Postgraduate Scholarship and Bursary awards.
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