Scholarships and loyalty schemes
Nottingham Law School is delighted to offer a number of generous scholarships and loyalty schemes. These include:
- Masters and Professional Courses Scholarships
- Postgraduate and Professional Courses Alumni Loyalty Schemes
- International Scholarships
- Research Bursaries
We encourage you to also browse external scholarships and career development loans as alternative ways to fund your postgraduate study.
Details about the scholarship and loyalty schemes available for students starting in September 2017 or January 2018 will be confirmed in the near future.
Postgraduate Alumni Loyalty Scheme for courses starting in September 2016 or January 2017
Nottingham Law School is pleased to offer a 25% tuition fee reduction if you are an existing final year NTU undergraduate student, or a postgraduate or professional student studying at the City Campus, Clifton Campus or Brackenhurst Campus, and you progress directly onto an eligible LLM Masters course within the School, or if you have studied a full-time or part-time undergraduate, postgraduate or professional course at the University (on the City Campus, Clifton Campus or Brackenhurst Campus) and graduated from the University at any time after 1 July 2011.
You must also have accepted an offer of a place to study on an eligible Masters course at Nottingham Law School starting in September 2016 or January 2017. You do not need to apply for the discount as it will automatically be deducted from your fee before enrolment.
Find out more about the Alumni Loyalty Scheme including the terms and conditions and a list of excluded courses.
The University also has a number of scholarships available for international applicants starting on full-time postgraduate courses, and for applicants from the European Union. Find out more about international scholarships.
A number of bursaries are available for research projects from the University.
Postgrad Solutions has bursaries worth £500 each available for Masters in Law students from anywhere in the world who want to study an LLM program. Visit the Postgrad Solutions website for details.
The Inderpal Rahal Memorial Trust provides up to two awards of £2,000 to enable women who are experiencing financial hardship to further their legal education. The award is designed for women from an immigrant or refugee background who intend to practise or teach law in the UK. Applicants should be undertaking or pursuing the BPTC, LPC, legal research, training contract, pupillage, or other legal placement. Please email if you feel you are eligible for consideration.
LLMstudy.com offer Annual Global Bursaries worth £500 each. You can find out how to make an application by visiting their website.
Target Courses also provide a searchable database of funding opportunities.
Inns of Court GDL Scholarships
The Inns of Court are offering a combined total of over £600,000 worth of scholarships to students who want to convert to Law and study the Graduate Diploma in Law. The closing date for applications is Friday 6 May and you can only apply to to one Inn. More information and application details can be found on the Inn websites.