The University of Birmingham is offering scholarships to enable the students to study full-time at the institution. The scholarships are available for pursuing the LLB program.
The aim of the scholarship scheme is to encourage and support academically able and talented students from a diverse range of backgrounds from England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland who, without financial support, may not be able to study at Birmingham.
- Eligible Countries: UK/EU and international students can apply for these LLB scholarships.
- Entrance Requirements: The LLB and LLB for Graduates Scholarships will be available to students who are:
- Be classed by the University as an overseas fee payer for tuition fee purposes and be able to pay the outstanding tuition fees not covered by the scholarship.
- Applicants must not currently be enrolled on an undergraduate law degree course at Birmingham.
- You must be self-funding and have sufficient funds to cover the full cost of living at the University of Birmingham, plus any visa/travel expenses associated with studying in the UK.
- You must have received an offer and selected the University of Birmingham as your firm choice for a full-time undergraduate law programme starting in September 2022.
- English Language Requirements: If the first language is not English applicants must provide an English language qualification. Recognised qualifications include IELTS: 7.0 with no less than 6.5 in any band. If applicants need to improve their level of English in order to meet the minimum entry-level requirement applicants may be able to attend one of the full-time courses run by English for International Students Unit.
- To be considered for an award,
- You can apply through UCAS via the relevant programme page on the undergraduate law section of the University of Birmingham.
- Completed the LLB and LLB for Graduates Scholarship application form.
- The application includes a 2000 character (approximately 300 words) statement, in which students should address why they should be made an award.