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Dickson Poon Scholars with PrincipalThe Dickson Poon School of Law is delighted to be able to offer a variety of   scholarships to its students.

(Please note that this is an at-a-glance guide. Full information about each scholarship is available under 'How to apply'. Prospective students should also visit the  undergraduate or postgraduate fees and funding pages for further details).

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If you would like to make a gift to The Dickson Poon School of Law or the College in order to establish a scholarship, please contact the Fundraising & Supporter Development team.

 

    

 

 

 

Scholarships in The Dickson Poon School of Law 


Level of studyNameDonor/sourceAwardEligibilityHow to apply
Undergraduate  Tynybedw Law Bursary  Made possible by the generosity and support of Mr Geraint Hughes an alumnus of the university. This bursary covers a significant proportion of the cost of attending university and is worth £28,000 over a three year period. Open to Welsh domiciled students applying for entry on the LLB Law (three year) programme in 2019. See  further details
Postgraduate Taught (LLM) Bosco Tso & Emily Ng Scholarship Made possible by the generous gift, from alumnus Mr Bosco Tso. The scholarship is worth £22,500 and is intended to help towards the cost of tuition fees as as living costs. Open to all nationalities to help support students who are able to demonstrate need of financial assistance, to undertake the one year LLM Law programme.  See further details
Postgraduate Taught (LLM) Singapore Scholarship Fund Made possible by an alumnus of the university, Mr Alvin Yeo. The scholarship will help support the winner with the cost of studying.  This scholarship is open to all Arts & Sciences students. The scholarship is worth £10,000. 

Open to Home and Singaporean resident International students applying for entry on PGT programmes 2018-19.

See further details


 

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