The University of Strathclyde is accepting applications for its partially funded Law Postgraduate Community Bursary.
About the University of Strathclyde and Bursary
The University of Glasgow, with its rich history and evolution, has its origins dating back to 1796 through the visionary will of John Anderson, who was a professor of Natural Philosophy at the University of Glasgow. He bequeathed his estate to establish a second university in Glasgow with a unique focus on “Useful Learning.” The institution dedicated to useful and practical learning was established to advance scientific knowledge and benefit mankind through the emphasis on practical subjects and education.
To realize John Anderson’s dream of having two universities in the city of Glasgow, the institution originally took the name “Anderson’s University” in 1828. However, because it lacked the legal right to use the word “university,” it had to modify its nomenclature in 1887. In light of this, the organization changed its name to the “Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College.”
It then carried on developing and expanding, eventually changing its name to the “Royal Technical College” in 1912. This change emphasized the school’s focus on scientific and engineering research and instruction. This rich history and legacy have played a significant role in shaping the University of Glasgow into the renowned institution it is today, known for its contributions to various academic disciplines and fields of study.
Applying to the LLM Criminal Justice & Penal Change, LLM Human Rights Law, and LLM Mediation & Conflict Resolution degree programs while employed by a third sector or non-governmental organization in the criminal justice, penal change, human rights, or conflict resolution fields will result in a £700 fee reduction from the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences.
Details about Law Postgraduate Community Bursary at the University of Strathclyde:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Strathclyde Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences
Scholarship Value: £700 fee reduction
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Masters
Host Institution(s): University of Strathclyde, UK
Eligibility Criteria for Law Postgraduate Community Bursary
Candidates are advised to meet the following requirements to be eligible for Law Postgraduate Community Bursary at the University of Strathclyde:
- Have a paid or volunteer position in any third sector/NGO at the time of application, and their work should be in one of the following areas:
- Human rights
- Criminal justice and penitentiary reform
- Conflict resolution
- Be prepared to commence their academic studies in the UK by September 2023, which is when the official academic year begins.
- Have received and accepted an unconditional academic offer to pursue one of the following LLM (Master of Laws) programs:
- LLM in Human Rights Law
- LLM in Criminal Justice and Penal Change
- LLM in Mediation and Conflict Resolution
- Scholarship recipients must enroll in the 2023–2024 academic year and maintain their eligibility throughout their studies to receive the grant.
Other terms and conditions
- The total amount and the number of scholarships available may change.
- Students receiving reduced tuition from partner colleges are not eligible.
- Each scholarship is valued at £700 and is contingent on academic success, applied towards the student’s tuition costs.
- Scholarship recipients will be expected to participate in student ambassador activities during their studies, which may involve promoting events and activities to recruit new students.
- Deferring an offer of admission will disqualify students from the scholarship.
- Scholarships will only be awarded to students who remain in programs within the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences.
- Scholarships may be awarded early in the application round as part of a revolving scholarship program.
- Scholarships are awarded once per academic year, and decisions are made solely by the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences. There is no provision for appeals.
Application Process for Law Postgraduate Community Bursary
Please send an application to firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for this grant. As a component of your application, could you kindly include a reference from a colleague in the nonprofit or third sector? This generally comes in the form of an email from the company verifying that you are employed by them (either on a paid or volunteer basis).
The Submission Deadline is: Not Specified