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Deadline extended: Student scholarships for further study

Tue 15 November 2022

Edinburgh Law School Student Scholarships

Edinburgh Law School has extended the deadline for a range of different funding opportunities and awards to help current students and recent graduates undertake further study. The new deadline is Friday, 2 December 2022 and full details on eligibility criteria and application processes can be found below. 

A scholarship, to the value of £1000, is awarded to a student who is completing their degree course and who undertakes to proceed to postgraduate research or advanced study approved by Edinburgh Law School. 

Application forms are available from Law School reception or by contacting law@ed.ac.uk.

Recipients of any Edinburgh Law School scholarship will be asked to submit a short update on how the scholarship has benefited them, which may be shared with donors or used on the Law School website.

Deadline for applications is Friday, 2 December 2022.

One award to the maximum value of £1000 is awarded to a student who has passed, within three years immediately prior to the date of the award the last exams necessary for graduation in Law.

The holder must pursue a course of advanced study in Law approved by the School during his or her tenure, and must not undertake any other employment or course of study except with the consent of the School. 

Application forms are available from Law School reception or by contacting law@ed.ac.uk.

Recipients of any Edinburgh Law School scholarship will be asked to submit a short update on how the scholarship has benefited them, which may be shared with donors or used on the Law School website. 

Deadline for applications is Friday, 2 December 2022.   

A scholarship, to the value of £500. Two years immediately before the award is made applicants must have successfully completed an examination in one of the following subjects for any degree in the University:

  • International Law
  • International Organisations Law and Practice
  • International Economic Law and Organisations
  • International Economic Organisations
  • EU Law
  • European Institutions
  • International Private Law

Preference will be given to candidates for a degree in Law and the Diploma is excluded from the award.  

Application forms are available from Law School reception or by contacting law@ed.ac.uk.

Recipients of any Edinburgh Law School scholarship will be asked to submit a short update on how the scholarship has benefited them, which may be shared with donors or used on the Law School website. 

Deadline for applications is Friday, 2 December 2022.

One scholarship of £1,750 may be awarded based on financial need.

These awards are available for any first year student on the Graduate LLB degree programme at Edinburgh Law School, going into their 2nd year of study. Applicants must not be in receipt of a full Education Authority Award or other similar means of financial support (e.g. the Carnegie Trust, University Hardship Bursary). Applicants must have passed all their first year subjects. 

Application forms are available from Law School reception or by contacting law@ed.ac.uk.

Recipients of any Edinburgh Law School scholarship will be asked to submit a short update on how the scholarship has benefited them, which may be shared with donors or used on the Law School website. 

Deadline for applications in Friday, 2 December 2022. 

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