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Indigenous Students’ Practical Legal Training Scholarship

Key details

Value
Full tuition. Payments made for program duration.

About this scholarship

Overview

The ANU School of Legal Practice together with the National Centre for Indigenous Studies, may offer up to two awards known as the Indigenous Students' Practical Legal Training Scholarship. The objective of the award is to support Indigenous students who want to undertake practical legal training, which is required to become admitted as a lawyer. The award aims to offset some of the financial burden of undertaking this professional legal training

Eligibility

The award is available each year to a prospective student who:

  • is an Australian citizen and a member of the Indigenous community;
  • has received an offer of admission for the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice

Benefits

The value of the award is stated in your letter of offer. The award covers tuition fees for the duration of the student's Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice unless otherwise stated in the letter of offer.

Recipients of this award are responsible for the costs of books, study materials, accommodation, and all other costs of study including the Services Amenities Fees.

How to apply

Complete the application available on the ANU website and submit the required documentation with the application.

  1. Academic record
  2. Academic Reference that covers; how long the referee has known the applicant, in what capacity and statement of support.

Further information

Funding for this award has been provided by the ANU College of Law and National Centre for Indigenous Studies, and supports the College's vision for reconciliation and achieving a more just and equitable society.

Eligibility

Gender
  • Female
  • Male
Eligible Study Fields
L
Law, Legal Studies & Justice