Goldsmiths, University of London is accepting applications for its partially funded Goldsmiths Law LLM Fee Waiver.
About Goldsmiths, University of London and Scholarship
The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, one of the City of London’s Livery Companies, established The Goldsmiths’ Technical and Recreative Institute (more generally known as the “Goldsmiths’ Institute”) in 1891. As a guild for goldsmiths, silversmiths, and jewelers in medieval times, the Goldsmiths’ Company was founded in the 12th century. The Livery Company committed to “the promotion of technical skill, knowledge, health, and general well-being among men and women of the industrial, working, and artisan classes” as it laid the groundwork for its new Institute. The original Institute had its headquarters in New Cross, where the previous Royal Naval School had stood; the structure is at the center of the campus today and is known as the Richard Hoggart Building.
The institution was reestablished as Goldsmiths’ College in 1904 after merging with the University of London (the apostrophe was deleted in 1993 and the name “College” was eliminated in a rebranding in 2006). The nation’s main provider of teacher preparation at the time was Goldsmiths. Later, training duties were extended to include art teacher certification courses, university postgraduate certificates in education, and teacher refresher courses. The college also operated a nursery school on its own. A new Arts building, created by Sir Reginald Blomfield, was built by Goldsmiths in 1907, not long after the merger.
The faculty and students of the college were evacuated during World War II to University College, Nottingham, which turned out to be a wise choice both at the time and in retrospect given that the main building was destroyed by an incendiary bomb in 1940 and wasn’t fully repaired until 1947. The number of students at Goldsmiths increased significantly in the 1960s. During this time, Goldsmiths started to build its reputation in the arts and social sciences sectors and started to provide a variety of new teaching certifications. To accommodate the surge of additional students, the old main structure was extended, and the Lockwood structure, Whitehead Building, Education Building, Warmington Tower, and St. James’s Hall were all constructed.
The beautiful old Deptford Town Hall and Laurie Grove Baths buildings were among the historic structures that the university also bought in the neighborhood. All three buildings—the Laurie Grove Baths, Deptford Town Hall, and Richard Hoggart Building—retain their Grade II status as listed structures.
Alumni from any department at Goldsmiths are eligible for a 20% cost remission for the Goldsmiths Law LLM Fee Waiver. The 10% alumni fee waiver will be increased by this amount, for a total fee waiver of 30% off the home student expenses. Additionally eligible are international students, and the prize will be worth 30% of domestic tuition. It’s possible to have exclusions and changes based on previous prizes held.
Details about Goldsmiths Law LLM Fee Waiver at Goldsmiths, University of London:
Scholarship Sponsor: Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Scholarship Value: 30% fee waiver
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Masters
Host Institution(s): Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Alumni from any department at Goldsmiths are eligible for a 20% fee remission. A total of 30% of the home student costs will be waived when this amount is added to the current 10% alumni fee waiver. Additionally, international students are eligible, and the grant will be worth 30% of domestic tuition.
Eligibility Criteria for Goldsmiths Law LLM Fee Waiver
All Goldsmiths graduates who plan to enroll in one of the following postgraduate programs may apply:
Application Process for Goldsmiths Law LLM Fee Waiver
The fee reduction will be applied automatically when full enrollment is completed.
The Submission Deadline is: Not Specified