The aim of the scholarship programme is to provide financial support to students who have demonstrated exceptional achievements academically, professionally or through community service.Scholarships are awarded for the entry year 2012/13 only and will not be deferred to later years of entry.
|2012-2013 Brunel Law School International Scholarships for Undergraduate Students, UK Details|
|Field of Study||Courses offered by University|
|Scholarship Package||All awards are offered as a single contribution of £3000 towards tuition fees for Brunel Law School courses for the entry year 2012/13 and will not be continued in subsequent years of a student’s academic programme. The scholarship may not be used towards your course deposit and a cash alternative cannot be offered.Successful applicants will not be eligible to apply for this scholarship programme in subsequent years.Applicants should be aware that awards will not be credited towards tuition fees until full university enrolment, including authentication of qualifications and other documentation, takes place. Please note that we are not offering any full scholarships for international students for 2012/13.Students who have received awards from other departments at the University of Brunel are not eligible to receive this|
|How To Apply||Applications should be made electronically via the Brunel Law School website.When answering the questions, references can be made to activities, achievements and personal qualities which are considered particularly relevant to your application. Additional space is provided on the application form for uploading any relevant documents. Applicants applying on the basis of exceptional work experience should upload a CV.Your responses along with your course application and grades, will be the main focus of the Award Panel’s deliberations and should therefore be written carefully and spell-checked.
Make sure that your application is complete before you submit it. We will not accept incomplete applications and you cannot provide additional information once your application is submitted. You may only apply once.
|Closing Date||31 May 2012|