Aberdeen University is excited to offer the CB Davidson Fund for students pursuing doctoral or LLM program at law school within the university. The winner will receive fund maximum £2,500. This scholarship is available on bi-annual basis. The deadline is 31 March and 30 September each year.
This is a fund that provides limited financial support for postgraduate students (taught and research) within the Law School. It provides financial support for graduates in law from outside the UK to study in Aberdeen – AND – for students and graduates of the University of Aberdeen who wish to travel outside of the UK for research purposes.
The value of the award WILL NOT EXCEED £2,500 and in most instances will be less.
Level and Area of Studies
PhD and Master program in law discipline.
Place of study
At Aberdeen University in the United Kingdom.
Eligibility and Requirement
- You must have applied to study or currently study Law at either research (PhD/LLM by Research) or taught level (LLM) at the University of Aberdeen – Form 1.
- You must be a current student of the University of Aberdeen studying Law at either research (PhD/LLM by Research) or taught level (LLM) and propose to study abroad – Form 2
- You must be a member of staff from non-UK higher education institution proposing to lecture at the University of Aberdeen – Form 3.
- You must be a member of staff of the University of Aberdeen wishing to study foreign law or legal practice and who has exhausted the possibility of funding from (a) external bodies and (b) Departmental funds. – Form 4
There are 4 (four) forms available. Applicants must submit the form corresponding to their eligibility.
Applications will not be considered unless submitted with a Curriculum Vitae (CV), two references and an academic transcript. Students already registered at Aberdeen must include at least one reference from academic staff at the University of Aberdeen. Please make sure that you submit the relevant application form together with all necessary documents before the deadline.
31 March and 30 September each year.