Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Scholarship at the University of Cambridge in Britain

The University of Cambridge is a collegiate public research university in Cambridge, England, founded in 1209 and is the second oldest university in the English-speaking world and the fourth oldest university in the world. 

The university's mission is to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning, and the search for the highest international levels of excellence.

The University of Cambridge offers the Henry Arthur Hollond Scholarships in Law. The Henry Arthur Hollond Scholarships in Law is designed for students who wish to obtain a master's degree in law from the University of Cambridge and may apply for one or more scholarships.

Entry criteria: 

You must have taken an offer to study at the University of Cambridge for a master's degree in law.

You must not be a member of any other college of the University of Cambridge. 
In the event that there are two or more meritorious candidates, preference will be given to candidates who specialize in areas of non-commercial law and / or to candidates who intend to pursue an academic career rather than practicing law.


The scholarship covers both of the following: 
Postgraduate fees. 
Estimated dependency allowance. 
A return ticket from the student’s country to the United Kingdom, for international students. Note: The award will be conditional on the applicant's admission by the university's admission office to obtain a master's degree. Successful applicant (s) must become a member (s) of Trinity College, in order to be eligible for this scholarship.

Conditions for submission

1- The applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in law and human rights
2- To be proficient in the English language
3- Not to be a British citizen

Send the following documents to: [email protected] 
  • birth certificate
  • personal identification
  • A copy of the university qualification