Trust LLM Scholarships in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice pathway or the LLM (General) pathway offered by the University of Birmingham to encourage the students from the United Kingdom and Ireland to pursue their postgraduate taught Master’s degree for the academic year of 2022-2023.
The scholarship aims to encourage talented students and support them through their education expenses to achieve their careers in Law and to develop more skills and knowledge related to their course.
The Kalisher Trust LLM Scholarship
The University of Birmingham offers scholarships to students in the LLM Criminal Law and Criminal Justice course as well as the LLM (General) course. This scholarship will cover tuition costs and will make a significant contribution of £ 6,000 in maintenance costs. This scholarship is funded by the Kalisher Trust and Birmingham Law School. In addition to meeting the academic entry requirements of the Birmingham LLM program, applicants for this scholarship must also meet the qualification requirements.
The scholarship award comes with the mentoring of older bar members, additional training, and opportunities. The current president of the Trust is Lord Judge, and the Trust has a strong membership in the Supreme Judiciary and Bar Association, allowing the scholars to benefit from the expertise and professional connections that the Trust provides as a sought-after entry point for criminal advocacy. . The Trust encourages and support further study at the LLM level to broaden the depth of knowledge of the scholars and encourages them to acquire additional skills in preparation for their career in the criminal bar.
The mission of the Kalisher Trust is to encourage outstanding students and support them for whom the price of entering a criminal bar may be unbearable. The trust seeks talent regardless of its origins and, since 1996, it has helped hundreds of students, from primary school children to young lawyers, to make the profession a success.
Scholarship Provider: University of Birmingham
About the Provider
For more than a century, the University of Birmingham has been speculating and sharing knowledge through exceptional education and world-leading research, founded in 1898 as Mason University College in Birmingham, UK. Students become active members of the university’s renowned intellectual community and collaborate with some of the best academic minds in the world.
Choosing to study at the University of Birmingham is the best choice for you because it offers the great learning environment and resources you need to achieve your goals in the long run. The programs offered in Birmingham are designed to support the quality of education that today’s world needs, not only on paper but also in practice. The university encourages and empowers students to turn their ideas into reality and make them happen.
The university has a global reputation as one of the rich, diverse, and well-known institutions that inspire every student and community in critical thinking, financial stability, and strong partnerships in local, national and international. The university has changed in recent years, with huge investment in academics, an investment of £1 billion in campus equipment, stability and improvement in our students’ performance, annual growth in research performance, and bold new moves such as building a single university. – operating a middle and sixth grade in the country and opening their new campus in Dubai.
Offering world-class research and exceptional global education as their core mission, striving to increase the quantity and quality of research to make a greater difference all over the globe. The university will be the ideal civic university in the UK and will remain firmly dependent on its foundations in the various communities, and economies, of the people of Birmingham.
- Academic Year: 2022-2023
- Degree Level: Master’s Degree
- Field: Criminal Law/LLM
- Duration: 1 year
- Applicant’s Nationality: Ireland and the United Kingdom
- Type of Award: Trust/Charity
- Scholarship Award: Full tuition fee and £6,000 towards maintenance costs
- Scholarship Country: United Kingdom
- Renewable: Yes
- Offered Annually: Yes
Before proceeding to the application, students must meet the minimum requirements of the scholarship:
- Must be a resident or citizen of the United Kingdom or Ireland.
- Must be able to demonstrate their intellectual abilities through their academic performances, employment, and other related experience.
- Demonstrate their motivations to be able to succeed at the criminal bar which includes the demonstration of the steps taken that acquire the student’s personal skills which are required to the Barrister and will to succeed.
- The applicants must potentially have to prove themselves as a lawyer – both oral and written skills.
- Must need to demonstrate financial need, in particular, to outline the impact of scholarships on your aspirations for the LLM program or your career at the bar.
- The students must finance themselves and not obtain any other sources of funding.
- The scholarship award will be awarded for one year only and cannot be deferred. Before applying for a scholarship, you must apply for a place on our LLM General Journey with the intention of completing an LLM General or LLM Criminal Law and Criminal Law.
The eligible applicants are required to submit an application form containing an 800-word statement requesting that a scholarship be considered and explaining why they consider that they meet the selection criteria below. Applicants must complete the Kalisher Trust LLM Scholarship Application Form and submit it and send their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Kalisher Trust LLM Scholarship Application” and your student email number. Shortlisted participants may be invited for an interview.
- Tuition fee waiver
- £6000 maintenance towards the students living costs
- Access to the Trust events and training
- Skills building
- Confidence to achieve their goal
The deadline to complete and submit the application for the scholarship is until June 3, 2022. Late and incomplete applications will be automatically rejected.
All applicants must read the terms and conditions applied to the scholarship.