Application is now open for the Liverpool Law School Hong Kong Scholarships at the University of Liverpool. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About the University of Liverpool and Scholarship
Liverpool, England’s University of Liverpool is a public research institution that goes by the initials UOL. It was founded in 1881 as a college and granted its Royal Charter in 1903, enabling it to confer degrees. It is also acknowledged as one of the six “red brick” municipal universities, the first of which is referred to as The Original Red Brick. Its three faculties have 35 departments and schools in total. In addition to being a founding member of the Russell Group and the N8 Group for scientific collaboration, the university management school is triple-crown recognized.
Nine Nobel Prize winners are among the institution’s previous instructors and graduates, and it offers more than 230 first-degree courses in 103 subjects. The CEOs of GlobalFoundries, ARM Holdings, Tesco, Motorola, and The Coca-Cola Company are among its graduates. It was the first university in the UK to establish departments for biochemistry (at the Johnston Laboratories), architecture, and civic design.
The institution founded Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool institution in 2006, being the first in the UK to do so. This gave it the distinction of being the first Sino-British university. Liverpool reported a £612.6 million revenue for 2021–2022 with £113.6 million coming from grants and contracts for research. Of all the universities in England, it has the seventh-largest endowment. The post-nominal letters Lpool are fashioned on university graduates to denote the school.
In The Independent’s Complete University Guide 2013, which ranked 124 institutions, the University of Liverpool came in at number 31. Liverpool was placed 34th out of 113 universities in The Times Good University Guide’s 2008 edition. Recent rankings by The Sunday Times university guide ranked The University of Liverpool 27th out of 123 institutions.
The Sunday Times ranked 122 colleges and universities throughout the nation in 2010, and the University of Liverpool came in at number 29. In 2008, THE-QS’s World University Rankings placed the University of Liverpool at number 99, and in 2009, they placed it at number 137. In the 2011–14 edition of the QS World University Rankings, the university rose 14 ranks to 123rd. The 2013 Times Good University Guide ranked the University of Liverpool at position 29. The 2016 Round University Ranking places Liverpool at number 122 globally (and number 15 in the UK).
Five merit-based Liverpool Law School Hong Kong Scholarships are available to incoming foreign students from all around the world through the Liverpool Law School. It was established as a college in 1881 and is now a public university with its headquarters in Liverpool, England.
Details about Liverpool Law School Hong Kong Scholarships at the University of Liverpool:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Liverpool, UK
Scholarship Value: GBP 1,000
Number of awards: 5
Study level: Masters
Host Institution(s): University of Liverpool, UK
Eligibility Criteria for Liverpool Law School Hong Kong Scholarships
Candidates are advised to meet the following prerequisites to be qualified for Liverpool Law School Hong Kong Scholarships at the University of Liverpool:
- Hong Kong residents must be students.
- Students should be registered in the University of Liverpool’s LLM program.
Application Process for Liverpool Law School Hong Kong Scholarships
Interested candidates should log in or register for the scholarship here. The Liverpool Law School Hong Kong Bursaries DO NOT REQUIRE A SEPARATE APPLICATION FROM STUDENTS. Every applicant who has registered for a taught or research program will be given automatic consideration. Liverpool Law School’s choice of the distribution of the bursaries is final.
The Submission Deadline is: Not Specified
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