Are you a law student with dreams of pursuing your education at one of the world’s most prestigious universities? The University of Melbourne is offering an incredible opportunity in the form of the Allan Myers Oxford Scholars Scholarship for the year 2023. This scholarship provides aspiring legal scholars with the chance to study at the renowned University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.
About the Scholarship:
The Allan Myers Oxford Scholars Scholarship was established to honor Chancellor Allan Myers AO QC, who completed his studies at Melbourne in 1969 and later pursued his BCL at Oxford in 1971. Mr. Myers’ vision was to foster academic exchanges between the two universities, and this scholarship is a testament to his commitment.
Degree and Field of Study:
The scholarship is open for both Bachelors and Masters degree students in the fields of Law, Legal Studies, and Criminology.
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must be a domestic or international student who is admitted and enrolled in the Melbourne JD at Melbourne Law School. Additionally, you should be able to demonstrate that you have been accepted to undertake a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) or Master of Science in Law and Finance (MSc LF) at the University of Oxford.
The scholarship is awarded based on academic merit, so it’s essential to showcase your academic achievements in your application.
The scholarship covers the recipient’s tuition fees at the University of Oxford, providing a single payment of up to £20,000.
How to Apply:
The application deadline for the Allan Myers Oxford Scholars Scholarship varies, so interested candidates should visit the official University of Melbourne website for detailed information and to submit their applications.
This is an incredible opportunity for law students from all around the world to pursue their academic aspirations at one of the most esteemed educational institutions globally. By bridging the gap between Melbourne and Oxford, the scholarship enables students to gain exposure to diverse perspectives and experiences.