This distinguished tuition fee and stipend award is offered to international students attending the Sydney Law School. The scholarship covers additional student costs as well as health care for the recipient. The Judge Ralph J. Perdriau International Scholarship in Common Law 2022 has been established by the University of Sydney. This postgraduate research scholarship provides financial assistance to international students enrolled in the Sydney Law School in the form of additional student fees and health cover for the recipient. This scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to students enrolled in higher degree research programs at the University of Sydney Law School who are conducting research related to common law.
About the Scholarship Sponsor:
Experts in several professions teach and advise students at the University of Sydney. Our teaching and research are consistently recognized among the best in the world, and we strive to create a community where the brightest minds in the world may meet and exchange ideas. Institution of Sydney is the oldest institution in Australia and offers more than 400 different majors and minors. We also hold the distinction of being the first university in the country. Our educational experience is distinguished by providing students with the opportunity to follow their interests and broaden their perspectives while taking advantage of expert instruction and state-of-the-art facilities. Graduates of our institution have a high rate of employment and often go on to become influential figures in their chosen fields. Numerous notable people, including Nobel laureates, Pulitzer prize winners, past Australian prime ministers, humanitarians, teachers, innovators, and medical pioneers, are among the University of Sydney’s 360,000 alumni. The concept that education should be made available to all was crucial to the establishment of what is now known as the University of Sydney.
It is our top priority, and we put in a lot of effort, to make sure that our students have many opportunities to realize their full potential right from the outset of their academic careers. The University of Sydney (UoS) was established in 1836 and is widely regarded as one of the world’s best universities. The main campus of the institution may be found in the Sydney neighborhood of Camperdown. From the urban campus all the way to the southernmost tip of the Great Barrier Reef, the institution provides students and researchers with a wealth of resources. Quadrangle, on the main campus, is a national treasure due to its striking neo-Gothic design.
There are many different forms of public transportation available to you as a student at the University of Sydney, allowing you to easily visit the city’s many sights and venues. Students at Southampton University have easy access to a variety of museums spanning a variety of disciplines. Campus pubs give a charming coffee shop environment at night, while during the day students can enjoy events like poker tournaments and stand-up comedy. There are also a plethora of clubs and teams to join, whether you’re interested in reading clubs, anthropology, or athletics.
The University of Sydney has a rich and illustrious tradition of studying Japan, Indonesia, and Malaysia. As an added bonus, this curriculum makes it easy to prepare for graduate study in medicine or another health-related field. The city of Sydney, the country’s most populous, is known for its beautiful harbor and meandering alleys, as well as its proximity to the ocean. Sydney is situated on Sydney Harbour, home to the iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, as well as some of Australia’s top surfing and beaches. The British Isles are a hotspot for a variety of sports, including rugby, soccer (both in the winter and summer), cricket, and other aquatic activities.
The Blue Mountains, located toward the west, are a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Many distinguished scholars from all over the world come to the university to study and conduct research. They will urge you to finish school because of their wealth of knowledge in both education and business. At the University of Sydney, on the other hand, classroom instruction is only one component of daily life. It’s not just about finding practical solutions; it’s also about considering the problem from several angles. The University’s student body and faculty members come from a wide range of academic fields. The greater than two-hundred student groups on campus guarantee that everyone will find a place to call home. The student body offers a wide variety of clubs for students to join, including those focused on academics, food, athletics, and even debate. Finding something you like is easier if you spend time with people who share your passions. Sydney University boasts of having the best graduate employment opportunities in Australia, if not the globe (QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020).
As a student, you have a great deal of leeway in deciding which academic track is right for you and will help you develop the skills you need to find professional success. When you graduate, you’ll become part of an international community of successful past students and teachers. Exchanges are another option to pursue when they present themselves. According to the university’s own calculations, over 330 agreements have been inked with institutions in 41 different countries. Throughout its more than 160 years of existence, the University of Sydney has fostered a spirit of inquiry and invention.
Products and services are available to those in the Group of Eight network. Look anywhere in the world, and you’ll find alums of the University’s long history of excellent education contributing to society in many different ways. The University of Sydney is home to the biggest university library in the entire globe. Over 5,2 million things can be found here. The University also provides state-of-the-art research, computing, and technology infrastructure. The Australian government backs it, and it provides more research opportunities than any other country.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University Of Sydney
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: Fully Funded
Scholarship Type: Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
- A successful full-time LLM by Research recipient could take up to 1.75 years to complete their degree. No extension is possible.
- There is a possibility of a 6-month extension for a Ph.D. recipient who has completed their studies successfully while working full-time.
Eligibility for Scholarship
- Those who are awarded the Judge Ralph J. Perdreau International Scholarship in Common Law 2022 will have the opportunity to receive the following:
- An allowance for a stipend that is comparable to the amount offered by the Research Training Program (RTP) at the University of Sydney (indexed on 1 January each year).
- In addition, we cover the costs associated with academic course fees and the Student Services Amenities fee (SSAF).
- Also, the successful international candidate will have the cost of a standard Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) covered (only for a single cover) for the duration of their higher degree studies at the moment the award is given. This applies only to a single cover.
Awarding international students with tuition waivers for the 2022-2023 school year in select degree programs, the University of Innsbruck in Austria is committed to removing financial barriers to education. This award is for international students who have demonstrated academic excellence. Scholars of all levels are urged to apply for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year at the university.
The University of Sydney Judge Ralph J Perdriau International Scholarship in Common Law 2022 is open to all International Students
- Law students who submit an application for admission will have their names added to the consideration pool for this scholarship. It is not necessary to submit a separate application.
- Please submit an expression of interest here if you are currently enrolled as a law student if you would like to be considered for the award.
The application deadline for The University of Sydney Judge Ralph J Perdriau International Scholarship in Common Law 2022 is October 30, 2022