T. C. Beirne School of Law Scholarship for International Students: Undergraduate International Student Scholarships are available from the University of Queensland’s T. C. Beirne School of Law to deserving candidates who intend to enroll in the school’s undergraduate law program for the 2022–2023 academic year.
These prestigious scholarships are given to outstanding international students based on their academic achievement and interest in a legal career.
About T. C. Beirne School of Law Scholarship
The scholarship application process is separate to your application for a place at the University. Any offer of a scholarship is subject to approval of your enrolment in the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) or associated dual degree program at The University of Queensland.
Applicants seeking for Undergraduate International Student Scholarship, LAWS courses undertaken towards the approved law program. The scholarships do not include living expenses, travel expenses, overseas health cover or the Student Services and Amenities fee
About University of Queensland
The University of Queensland (UQ, or Queensland University) is a public research university located primarily in Brisbane, the capital city of the Australian state of Queensland. Founded in 1909 by the Queensland parliament, UQ is one of the six sandstone universities, an informal designation of the oldest university in each state. The University of Queensland was ranked second nationally by the Australian Research Council in their latest research assessment and equal second in Australia based on the average of four major global university league tables. The University of Queensland is a founding member of edX, Australia’s leading Group of Eight and the international research-intensive Association of Pacific Rim Universities.
The main St Lucia campus occupies much of the riverside inner suburb of St Lucia, southwest of the Brisbane central business district. Other UQ campuses and facilities are located throughout Queensland, the largest of which are the Gatton campus and the Mayne Medical School. UQ’s overseas establishments include UQ North America office in Washington D.C., and the UQ-Ochsner Clinical School in Louisiana, United States.
The university offers associate, bachelor, master, doctoral, and higher doctorate degrees through a college, a graduate school, and six faculties. UQ incorporates over one hundred research institutes and centres offering research programs, such as the Institute for Molecular Bioscience, Boeing Research and Technology Australia Centre
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Brief Description | T. C. Beirne School of Law Scholarship
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Queensland, Australia
Host Institution(s): University of Queensland, Australia
Scholarship Worth: 25% or 50%
Number of Awards: Several
Study Level: Bachelor degree
Nationality: International Students
To be eligible for T. C. Beirne School of Law Scholarship for International Student, applicants are expected to meet the following conditions:
- Applicants must be international students
- Applicants must have applied for a place as an international student and have not yet commenced at UQ
- Applicants must be ready to enroll in full-time program
- Applicants must be start undergraduate degree program in law
- Applicants who do not hold another scholarship that the Dean considers to be similar.
Two scholarships are on offer:
- one scholarship covering 25% of the tuition fees
- one scholarship covering 50% of the tuition fees
for LAWS courses undertaken towards the approved law program. The scholarships do not include living expenses, travel expenses, overseas health cover or the Student Services and Amenities fee.
How to Apply | T. C. Beirne School of Law Scholarship
You must submit your application online for the T. C. Beirne School of Law Scholarship for International Student
You will be required to have the following:
- A copy of your CV
- Academic transcripts
- 2 reference letters.
You will also need to tell us about:
- Why you want to study law and what you hope to achieve with your degree
- Your personal qualities, which may include evidence of: leadership potential, community involvement, cultural or sporting achievement or anything else you consider relevant
- Your financial need or hardship
- Other scholarships you have applied for.
You can save your progress and resume your application at any time.