- Applications close
- 31 January 2021
What you'll receive
- a 100% waiver of course fees for the Graduate Certificate in Future Law Technologies.
You will be responsible for all other expenses associated with your study.
You must be either:
- an Australian or New Zealand citizen
- an Australian permanent resident
- a holder of an Australian humanitarian visa.
- hold a Bachelor of Laws degree from an Australian university
- have received an offer of place in the next intake of the Graduate Certificate in Future Law Technologies.
You must be able to evidence:
- how the course is relevant to your career
- your ability to succeed in the course.
How many scholarships are available?
Four scholarships are available for graduates from QUT's Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Laws (Honours) or related double degrees. You must have:
- graduated the year before you enrol in the Graduate Certificate in Future Law Technologies
- achieved first-class honours or second-class division A honours.
Two scholarships are available to applicants from other institutions who meet the eligibility criteria.
How to apply
Applications for 2021 scholarships will close at 11.59 pm on Sunday 31 January 2021. Late applications cannot be accepted.
- Apply for a place in the Graduate Certificate in Future Law Technologies to start in Semester 1, 2021.
- Once you have received an offer of a place in the course, complete and submit the online application form. Applications without a course offer cannot be considered.
Your application needs to include:
- statements (around 1,200 words maximum in total) outlining your ability to succeed in the course and how the course is relevant to your career
- your CV (2 pages maximum).
You may also upload evidence to support your statement; for example:
- an academic record from tertiary studies
- confirmation of your current employment
- any statements of support from your employer.
What happens next?
On submission, you should receive an email confirming that we've received your scholarship application.
After the closing date, all applications received will be assessed against the selection criteria.
- If your application is successful, we'll notify you by email of your scholarship offer as soon as possible. You must accept or decline both the scholarship and course offers, including the conditions of the scholarship, within 24 hours. If we do not hear from you by that deadline, your scholarship offer may lapse and be allocated to another applicant.
- If your application is unsuccessful, we'll notify you by email.
To keep your scholarship, you must:
- enrol in two units each semester. The scholarship is not available to students studying only one unit each semester
- achieve at least a passing grade in each unit
- remain enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Future Law Technologies course. Withdrawing from the course or from a unit in the course will trigger cancellation of the scholarship and recovery of the unit fees paid for you by QUT at the time of your withdrawal.
You are responsible for:
- notifying us immediately if you encounter any difficulties that may affect your progress in the course
- being aware of semester census dates and other timelines associated with postgraduate study at QUT.
This scholarship cannot be deferred.
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