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LLM Aspirants Can Apply for the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship to Study at Macquarie University

The Macquarie University's Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship in Australia is again being offered to students, particularly those who are accepted by Macquarie University North Ryde for the academic year 2018/19. This scholarship is in recognition of the academic excellence of international students who will undertake an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at Macquarie.

The Scholarship is also offered to LLM students, who are admitted to any of the two LLM programs at the Macquarie Law School:

  • Master of Laws (LLM)
  • LLM in International Trade and Commerce Law

The Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship is a partial scholarship with varied amounts of up to AUD$10,000. The funding will be applied toward the awardee's tuition fee progressively throughout the duration of the degree. The scholarship is highly competitive and will be based on academic merit. The application deadline is set on 30th June 2018, in time for the Fall 2018 intake at Macquarie University.

To be eligible to this scholarship, the applicant must be a citizen of a country other than Australia, South Korea, New Zealand and Mongolia. The candidate should also be a citizen of a nation outside Europe or the ASEAN. Prior to applying for the scholarship, the candidate should have received a full admissions offer for the eligible degrees from Macquarie North Ryde campus, including LLM programs. The candidate must have applied for the program full-time and for longer than a single session.

The chosen scholar must start studying at Macquarie in accordance with the year and session provided in the scholarship open letter. Applicants must also meet the English language and academic requirements set by Macquarie for the relevant course. For postgraduate application, the required minimum GPA is 5.0 out of 7.0.

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