The Lord Kerr Scholarship is given in memory of Baron Kerr of Tonaghmore, Law Alumnus of Queen’s University Belfast (1969), former Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland, and Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom. Lord Kerr had a deep interest in the study of Law at Queen’s and was keen to see its reputation enhanced both at home and on an international basis. The scholarship is intended to encourage the very best home and international students to pursue their postgraduate legal studies at Queen’s. Closing Date 9th August - Terms and Conditions
Applications are invited from exceptional students planning to pursue an LLM Programme within the School of Law.
For a domestic student (UK/ROI), the Scholarship is valued at £5,000; for an International student the Scholarship is valued at £10,000. Scholarships will be set against course fees.
Law graduates planning to pursue an LLM programme in Law at Queen’s are invited to apply for The Lord Kerr Scholarship by submitting the results of their primary law degree (LLB, MLaw, or JD), together with a written statement of not more than 500 words on why they should be considered for this prestigious Scholarship and what impact the completion of the chosen Master’s programme will have on the applicant’s career. Apply Here.
Apply via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4pm on Friday 9 July 2021 . Candidates are asked to note that if they are in receipt of any other Scholarships or award, they will not be eligible to receive this award. Applications must be made in the form of a letter outlining the reasons why you feel your studies would benefit from this award, along with a brief CV. Further information and criteria is available here
This prize is awarded to the student achieving the highest mark in the ‘Copyright in the Digital Environment’ module or where appropriate to the student with the top mark in their PG dissertation in the area of privacy press and new technology.
Applicants should submit a letter which outlines how they are best qualified for this award and how the proposed research would contribute to theory in practice in the specified area. Letters of application should be emailed to email@example.com and arrive no later than 4pm on Friday 9 July 2021. Further information and criteria is available here
Apply via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4pm on Friday 9 July 2021.
Applicants for the Kyle Scholarship should also submit a written statement outlining, in not more than 750 words:
- why they want to undertake the LLM International Business Law at Queen’s
- what they hope to achieve through this opportunity and the impact they think this will have on their career and/or future ambitions
Further information is available here
The award will be given to the student who is enrolled on the LLM International Business Law (including Placement) who achieved the highest overall mark in their undergraduate degree. As such, if you wish to be considered for this prize, please send a copy of your official undergraduate transcript to this email address (email@example.com) by the deadline of Friday 29 October 2021 at 4pm. Further information and criteria is available here
All successful applicants to our Postgraduate Programmes will be contacted about the awards for which they are eligible.