TC Beirne School of Law Leadership, Excellence and Diversity (LEAD) Scholarship
This scholarship will open soon.
- Enrolment status
- Future UQ student
- Student type
- Study level
- Study area
- Scholarship focus
- Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, Academic excellence, Financial hardship, Rural or remote
- Scholarship value
- $8,000 per year
- Scholarship duration
- Up to 5 years
- Number awarded
- May vary
- Applications open
- April 2023
- Applications close
- November 2023
** PLEASE NOTE THIS SCHOLARSHIP WILL OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS IN JULY 2023 **
You're eligible if you:
- are a domestic student
- completed your senior schooling in Australia within two years of application, or will be completing it in the year of application
- intend to enrol and gain admission as a commencing student in the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) in 2023 (including dual programs) or have already accepted an offer to commence as a student in 2023
- have not completed any prior tertiary study at bachelor level or higher
- can demonstrate educational, social and/or financial disadvantage
- are available to participate in a formal interview with UQ on a date set by the university.
How to apply
- Apply to study law at UQ via QTAC - the Bachelor of Law (Honours) or Bachelor of Law (Honours) dual degree must be your 1st or 2nd preference.
- Apply to QTAC for adjustments to boost your ATAR - see the QTAC Educational Access Scheme (EAS) on how to do this.
- Apply to our UQ Undergraduate Law Admission Scheme (ULAS) for additional consideration to boost your chances of admission.
- Apply for this scholarship by November.
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Use our tips for putting together a great application to help you through this process.
- academic achievements in Year 11 and Year 12
- leadership, cultural, sporting and/or community service achievements
- educational, social and/or financial disadvantage.
Preference may be given to applicants who have completed their secondary schooling at a Government school.
What happens next
Final decisions for the scholarship are at the discretion of the Law School. There may be a number of other scholarships that we can recommend for you. You may be required to attend an interview in person or online.
About this scholarship
The Leadership, Excellence and Diversity (LEAD) scholarship was established in 2016 and is maintained by funds from external donors. The scholarship also provides a dedicated academic mentor and a non-residential membership of a UQ college in first year. Non-residential memberships include services such as college meals, events, use of recreational facilities, internal courses and a strong collegiate network during the transition from high school to university.
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