students International Scholarships and Bursaries

Our merit-based scholarships are designed to support international students that have strong academic achievement.

European Bursary

The UK government has confirmed that EU students starting their course from August 2021 will now pay international fees and no longer be eligible for Home/UK fees.

To help and support our students through this transition period, we will be offering all eligible students domiciled in Europe the ‘European Bursary’ that will bring the fees back in line with the ‘home fees’.

Bursary eligibility/criteria

This bursary will only be available to all students who are domiciled in Europe as per their application.

Any students who have already received another bursary or scholarship will keep the award with the higher amount.

This offer will only be available for students starting their course between August 2021 and June 2022.

European Bursary Terms and Conditions ➔

International Bursaries

The University of Law offers bursaries to all non-UK and non-European students to help support with the cost of tuition fees.

All non-UK and non-European students will be eligible to receive an annual non-payable bursary. The bursary amount will depend on which course you are studying.

There is no separate application process for the International bursaries. If you are eligible for the bursary you will be notified of your entitlement in your offer letter.

For more information on bursaries or to find out more about any upcoming international scholarships please email the international team on internationalscholarships@law.ac.uk

International Bursary Terms and Conditions 2021-22 ➔

 

July 2021 to June 2022

Law Courses Fee Reduction
International Foundation Programme ("IFP") £1,000 in total
4 Year LLB with IFP £2,500 per academic year
3 Year LLB £2,500 per academic year
2 Year LLB Accelerated £2,500 per academic year
2 year LLB Senior Status £2,500 per academic year
GDL
Postgraduate Diploma (PGDL)
£1,000 in total
MA Law & (SQE MA LAW SQE 1) £1,000 in total
LPC (Full Time and Accelerated)
SQE LLM Legal Practice (SQE1&2)
£1,000 in total
Bar Practice Course (BPC) - London Campus Only £1,000 in total
BPC - Leeds / Birmingham / Bristol / Manchester / Nottingham and Liverpool £1,200 in total
BPC LLM £1,500 in total
Masters Programs in Law (LLM/MA/MSc) £2,200 in total

 

Business School Courses Fee Reduction
IFP Business £1,000 in total
4 Year BA Business with IFP £3,000 per academic year
2 Year BA Accelerated £3,000 per academic year
3 Year BA Business £3,000 per academic year
MSc Project Management
MSc Strategic Business Management
MSc Global Accounting
£3,000 in total
MSc Business Intelligence and Analytics
MSc Corporate Financial Management
MSc International Marketing
MSc Cyber Security and Data Governance
MSc Digital Marketing
MSc Digital Sales and Management
MSc Financial Compliance and Governance
MSc Financial Risk Management
MSc Leadership and Human Resource Management
£5,000 in total
MBA Leadership £10,000 in total
Courses Fee Reduction
GDL and PGDL £1,000
MA Law £1,000
LPC and LPC with LLM/MSc £1,000
Masters Programs in Law (LLM/MSc) £500
MSc Legal Technology
MSc Corporate Financial Management
MSc Global Accounting
MSc Strategic Business Management
£750
MSc Project Management £2,500
MSc Cyber Security & Data Governance £2,500

International Scholarships

The University of Law will be offering two scholarships with a 50% discount off tuition fees to candidates from Canada who wish to study a face to face Postgraduate course commencing between August 2021 and October 2021 at one of our UK campuses.

Our prestigious scholarships are reserved for postgraduate candidates who demonstrate strong academic credentials and are keen to advance their professional development.

Eligibility criteria:

Scholarships can only be awarded to Canadian passport holders.

You will need to have received an offer before applying for the scholarship.

Scholarships are only applicable to postgraduate face to face courses commencing between August 2021 and October 2021.

How to apply:

Email internationalscholarships@law.ac.uk and specify that you wish to apply for the ULaw Canada Scholarship along with:

  • Full Name
  • COLID
  • A copy of your passport
  • Your chosen Postgraduate course
  • A 500-word personal statement explaining why you should be chosen for the award

Your Personal Statement should be no more than 500 words and should cover the following points:

  • How your current or most recent studies relate to your chosen Eligible Course.
  • Reasons for choosing to study at the University.
  • Personal experiences and how these relate to your chosen Eligible Course.
  • Interests and responsibilities and how these relate to your chosen Eligible Course.
  • Your future plans after you complete your Eligible Course at the University.
  • A summary including why you should be chosen and what makes you different from other students.

The International team will review all applications after the deadline. The two successful scholarship recipients will then be contacted by the University on Monday 28th June 2021.

Deadline:

Tuesday 1st June 2021

If you have any specific enquiries relating to the ULaw Canada scholarship, please contact internationalscholarships@law.ac.uk

Terms & Conditions ➔

The University of Law will be offering eight scholarships with a 50% discount off tuition fees to candidates from China who wish to study a face to face Postgraduate course commencing between August 2021 and October 2021 at one of our UK campuses.

Our prestigious scholarships are reserved for postgraduate candidates who demonstrate strong academic credentials and are keen to advance their professional development.

Eligibility criteria:

Scholarships can only be awarded to Chinese passport holders.

You will need to have received an offer before applying for the scholarship.

Scholarships are only applicable to postgraduate face to face courses commencing between August 2021 and October 2021.

How to apply:

Email internationalscholarships@law.ac.uk and specify that you wish to apply for the ULaw China Scholarship along with:

  • Full Name
  • COLID
  • A copy of your passport
  • Your chosen Postgraduate course
  • A 500-word personal statement explaining why you should be chosen for the award

Your Personal Statement should be no more than 500 words and should cover the following points:

  • How your current or most recent studies relate to your chosen Eligible Course.
  • Reasons for choosing to study at the University.
  • Personal experiences and how these relate to your chosen Eligible Course.
  • Interests and responsibilities and how these relate to your chosen Eligible Course.
  • Your future plans after you complete your Eligible Course at the University.
  • A summary including why you should be chosen and what makes you different from other students.

The International team will review all applications after the deadline. The eight successful scholarship recipients will then be contacted by the University on Monday 28th June 2021.

Deadline:

Tuesday 1st June 2021

If you have any specific enquiries relating to the ULaw China scholarship, please contact internationalscholarships@law.ac.uk

Terms & Conditions ➔

The University of Law will be offering two scholarships with a 50% discount off tuition fees to candidates from Malaysia who wish to study a face to face Postgraduate course commencing between August 2021 and October 2021 at one of our UK campuses.

Our prestigious scholarships are reserved for postgraduate candidates who demonstrate strong academic credentials and are keen to advance their professional development.

Eligibility criteria:

Scholarships can only be awarded to Malaysian passport holders.

You will need to have received an offer before applying for the scholarship.

Scholarships are only applicable to postgraduate face to face courses commencing between August 2021 and October 2021.

How to apply:

Email internationalscholarships@law.ac.uk and specify that you wish to apply for the ULaw Malaysia Scholarship along with:

  • Full Name
  • COLID
  • A copy of your passport
  • Your chosen Postgraduate course
  • A 500-word personal statement explaining why you should be chosen for the award

Your Personal Statement should be no more than 500 words and should cover the following points:

  • How your current or most recent studies relate to your chosen Eligible Course.
  • Reasons for choosing to study at the University.
  • Personal experiences and how these relate to your chosen Eligible Course.
  • Interests and responsibilities and how these relate to your chosen Eligible Course.
  • Your future plans after you complete your Eligible Course at the University.
  • A summary including why you should be chosen and what makes you different from other students.

The International team will review all applications after the deadline. The two successful scholarship recipients will then be contacted by the University on Monday 28th June 2021.

Deadline:

Tuesday 1st June 2021

If you have any specific enquiries relating to the ULaw Malaysia scholarship, please contact internationalscholarships@law.ac.uk

Terms & Conditions ➔

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