How to apply for a Postgrad Solutions Global LLM Study Bursary
Postgrad Solutions Ltd is offering two Global LLM Study Bursaries each to the value of £500. They are open to both international and UK students, and aim to help students fund their chosen Master of Laws program anywhere in the world. You may only apply for a bursary after you have accepted an offer of a place at your chosen institution.
It's really quick and easy to apply for a Global LLM Study Bursary worth £500. Simply complete the Postgrad Solutions Study Bursaries application form on this page and you will automatically be signed up to Postgrad Student Services. As well as your Master of Laws course information, all you need to provide is a 200-word piece about why you should receive one of our £500 Global LLM Study Bursaries. The whole process will only take a matter of minutes.
Payment of the award will be made direct to your institution, and will be discounted from your fees as appropriate. The closing date for all entries for postgraduate courses starting in Autumn 2018 or January 2019 is 14 September 2018.
Bursary Queries FAQs
Q: When will I find out if I have won a bursary?
A: If you are a winner of a bursary we will be in contact with you by the 31 October 2018. If you are not a winning recipient of a bursary you will not be contacted separately. Due to the large number of applications we receive this is unfortunately not feasible for us to do.
Q: Can I write more than 200 words?
A: Please do stick to the word limit but you won't be penalised if you go over or under the word limit within 25 words.
Q: What nationality do you need to be to apply?
A: The bursaries are open to all students of all nationalities.
Q: Do I need to have been accepted on a course to apply?
A: Yes ideally. We can only pay the bursary direct to a university so you will need to be accepted on a course for us to be able to do that.
Q: What if I have been accepted on several courses and have not yet made up my mind which one I will go to?
A: Please just list all likely universities that you considering and that you have been accepted on a course at.
Q: Does it matter when my course starts?
A: For our 2018 bursary, you will needed to have started your course before the end of January 2019, hence a September/October 2018 or January 2019 start date is accepted, or it is fine if you are already on a course that will roll over to 2019.
Q: Are the bursaries awarded for financial or academic reasons?
A: We award bursaries for a variety of reasons. The judges look at the 200-word free text to assess the most compelling arguments.
Q: Does the course have to be a full time program?
A: No – it can be part time, full time or online/distance learning.
The very best of luck with your application and your future studies.
The Postgrad Solutions Team
Terms and conditions
1 Entries will not be read beyond the 200-word limit, so please do not exceed the word limit. 2 The winners will be solely judged as the students articulating the best reason for deserving an award in their 200-word entry. The decision will not be linked to institution choice. 3 All winners will be notified by 31 October 2018. If you have not heard from Postgrad Solutions by this date, your application will have been unsuccessful. 4 Postgrad Solutions will contact the institutions where the winners will be studying directly to confirm that they have started their studies, and payment of the bursaries will be made on 1 December 2018. 5 You can only apply for a bursary once you have accepted an offer of a place at your chosen institution. 6 Closing date for all entries is 14 September 2018. 7 Applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. Your email address information WILL NOT be given to any third parties and only used for the purpose of us contacting you if you are a winner. Your name may, however, be shown to your Higher Education Institution for verification purposes that you have applied if necessary.
Your email address WILL NOT be given to any third parties and only used for the purpose of us contacting you if you are a winner. Your name, nationality and course details may, however, be shared with the Higher Education Institution you have detailed in your application for verification purposes so that bursary can be paid.