£2,000 is awarded to ten students each year whose household income is below £25,000, who are set to get AAB at A-level.
The Lawyer 2B Creative Thinking Award
£9,250 is awarded to one student, whose household income is below £25,000, and who is set to get BBB at A-level. This award is in partnership with Lawyer's student publication, Lawyer 2B.
Law For All Bursary
Students from a partner college – including Birmingham Metropolitan College, Godalming Sixth Form College and Worthing College – are eligible. Five students are awarded £1,000 – who are set to get BBB at A-Level, and who have been recommended from a tutor.
Law For All Scholarships
One student will be awarded £9,200 who is from one of the partner schools or colleges, and who has been recommended from a tutor. They will be expected to achieve AAB or equivalent at A-Level and must be recommended by a tutor.
The Lord Blunkett Widening Access Award
£1,000 to £2,000 is awarded to up to 25 students whose circumstances may otherwise prevent them from continuing their studies and entering the legal profession. They will be expected to achieve BBB or equivalent at A-Level, although there is some flexibility based on individual circumstances.
Nottingham Undergraduate Bursary
£1,000 is awarded in each year of your degree, to be offset against course fees. Each student going to the Nottingham campus will be automatically applied to this bursary, and those eligible will be identified via the information provided in their UCAS application. Factors include being a mature student, first in the family to attend higher education, a care leaver or a student with a disability.
Free Masters Offer – ULaw Business School
ULaw Business School is offering all our current and future undergraduate students the opportunity to progress on to a postgraduate Master’s degree with us for free. This offer is truly unique, we are the first and only university in the UK to offer free masters course based on progression alone. It is our commitment to ensure that we equip our students to take on the challenges of an increasingly competitive business world.
For 3-year or 4-year degrees with a Foundation Year, UK fees are £9,250 and International fees are £13,500.
Fees for 2, 4 and 6-year degrees are different – please see the University of Law website for more information.
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