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Undergraduate law scholarships to help finance your study

7 May 2021
Equity scholarships for undergraduate study
Sydney Law School offers several undergraduate equity scholarships to help fund your law degree.

The University of Sydney offers a range of scholarships for commencing undergraduate students, including four equity scholarships specifically for commencing law students.

If you are awarded one of our equity scholarships you will also receive a $1000 book voucher from the Walter Reid Memorial Fund to purchase books related to your studies.  

Sydney Law School Undergraduate Equity Scholarships

Roy Frederick Turner AM Scholarship 

Eligibility: Experiencing financial hardship, administered through the Early Offer Year 12 (E12) Scheme
Value: $7000
Closing date: 19 September 2021
Find out more information about the Roy Frederick Turner AM Scholarship

Roy Frederick Turner Scholarship

Eligibility: Experiencing financial hardship, administered through the Early Offer Year 12 (E12) Scheme
Value: $7000
Closing date: 19 September 2021
Find out more information about the Roy Frederick Turner Scholarship

David Stuart Hicks Scholarship

Eligibility: Experiencing financial hardship, administered through the Early Offer Year 12 (E12) Scheme
Value: $8000
Closing date: 19 September 2021
Find out more information about the David Stuart Hicks Scholarship

Victoria Gollan Memorial Scholarship

Eligibility: Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
Value: $1500
Closing date: 31 October 2021
Find out more information about the Victoria Gollan Memorial Scholarship

 

At Sydney Law School, we want to support our students in reaching their true potential, achieving their career ambitions, and pursuing their true passions. We support lifelong learning by offering scholarships that allow our students and alumni to pursue further study, whether that is on campus at the Law School or through our global partnerships with other world-leading law schools.

Applications are now open for a range of Sydney Law School scholarships.

To learn more about what is on offer, including your eligibility and how to apply visit our Scholarships website


The Walter Reid Memorial Fund was established in 1948 by a bequest of Kathleen Maxwell, the sister of Walter Reid, to enable Law students to acquire law and any other books for their general education. Walter Reid was an alumnus of the University, who at the time of his untimely accidental death was the honorary secretary of the NSW Bar Association.

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