Undergraduate Scholarships and Bursaries

We aim to support students from a variety of backgrounds 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. 

Law First

The Law First programme is designed to put the best prospects first.  Its focus is to give opportunity to the most talented future lawyers.

Number of awards available: 10 

Value of individual award: £2,000

Entry criteria: AAB at/expected at A-Level/equivalent; Household income below £25,000. Apply by 19 August 2019.

 

The Lawyer 2B Creative Thinking Award

The University of Law offers this award in partnership with Lawyer 2B, The Lawyer's student publication, providing information and advice for anyone interested in pursuing a career in law.

Number of awards available: 1 

Value of individual award: £9,250

Entry criteria: BBB at/expected at A-Level/equivalent; Household income below £25,000. Apply by 19 August 2019.

 

Law for All Bursary

The Law for All Bursary has been specifically created for the schools and colleges working in partnership with The University of Law and is open to students who attend any of the following partner colleges: 

  • Ashton Sixth Form College
  • Birmingham Metropolitan College
  • City & Islington College
  • Cheadle and Marple College
  • Coleg Cambria
  • Cornwall College
  • The Sixth Form College Farnborough
  • Godalming Sixth Form College
  • Highbury College (Portsmouth)
  • Manchester College
  • Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College
  • Oldham College
  • Peter Symonds College
  • Reigate College
  • Sunderland College
  • Sussex Downs College
  • Trafford College
  • Walsall College
  • Worthing College

Number of awards available: 5 

Value of individual award: £1,000

Entry criteria: BBB at/expected at A-Level/equivalent, plus a recommendation from a tutor. Apply by 5 September 2019.

 

Law for All Scholarships

The Law for All Bursary has been specifically created for the schools and colleges working in partnership with The University of Law and is open to students who attend any of the partner colleges listed above.

Number of awards available: 1 

Value of individual award: £9,250

Entry criteria: AAB at/expected at A-Level/equivalent, plus a recommendation from a tutor. Apply by 5 September 2019.

 

The Lord Blunkett Widening Access Award

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

Number of awards available: up to 25 

Value of individual award: £1,000 to £2,000

Entry criteria: As a guide BBB at/expected at A-Level/equivalent, although there is some flexibility based on individual circumstance. Apply by 5 September 2019.

 

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 with an income of £25,000 or less in accordance with the University's calculation period. For more information on calculating your household income, download our factsheet

Registrations are open for our September 2019 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 assessment.

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

Good luck.

ULaw has always been the leader in providing innovative, high quality learning for aspiring lawyers

Peter Goodchild , Associate Professor, Bloomsbury

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