The University of California through the Berkeley Law is offering several scholarships that are either citizenship or merit based. One of their scholarships is the Global Reach Scholarship, which provides $15,000 worth of financial assistance for students from underrepresented countries.
This scholarship is established in order to encourage students from several countries that have rarely been or not ever been exemplified in the programs available in the University of California.
To apply for the scholarship, the applicant must be a current or will be enrolling to the University of California under a law program. Also, the applicant must submit the following documents to be evaluated:
- For eligible countries, a primary residence and proof of citizenship is must be submitted
- A letter of intention stating the plans of the applicant after graduating. The plans must be applicable to the applicant’s home region
- A country eligibility and academic merit that is based on the admissions committee of the Berkeley law LL.M
The recipients of the Global Reach Scholarship are entitled to several opportunities and offers while maintaining several requirements which include:
- $7,500 for tuition fees (awarded twice, every summer)
- the scholarship application form will only be available to students who are already accepted at the University of California.
- Must maintain a ‘P’ or Pass in all classes
For further updates about this scholarship, visit the Berkeley Law’s website.