Students commencing a new Melbourne Law Masters program of study will be automatically considered for the following scholarships.
- Alex Chernov Scholarship
Open to international students from India commencing the Master of Laws (LLM), this scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit.
- Melbourne Graduate Scholarship
Open to high achieving international students undertaking a graduate coursework degree, this scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit.
Eligibility and how to apply
Melbourne Law School Scholarships for current students are all awarded based on application.
All applicants must:
- Be a currently enrolled Melbourne Law Masters student, and
- Meet the eligibility requirements of the scholarship.
Demonstrated financial need
Students who wish to be eligible for scholarships that consider financial need must submit the University of Melbourne’s Student Financial Assessment form for each round of scholarships for which they are applying.
Note: Applicants who have previously completed this form (within six (6) months) will have pre-populated information provided from their last submission but will still be required to re-submit the form to be considered in each scholarship round.
A primary round of applications (Round 1) will be held in February/March each year.
If there are no eligible candidates for any given scholarship in Round 1, a scholarship may be offered in a second round of applications (Round 2) of the same year (usually July/August).
Application dates are announced in the Melbourne Law Masters Newsletter and on the Melbourne Law Masters Community (LMS).
Only one application is required - applicants do not need to submit individual applications for each available scholarship, excluding the Melbourne Law Masters Tom Zucker Scholarship in Employment and Labour Relations Law.
Melbourne Law School reserves the right to withhold a scholarship from being awarded in either Round, as well as the number of scholarships awarded, and amount awarded, without notice. Reasons for non-selection and feedback on individual applications will not be provided.
Current Melbourne Law Masters students may apply for a variety of scholarships which are assessed against a range of selection criteria.
|Scholarship||Eligibility||Total value||Application dates|
|Ian Malkin Internship Scholarship||Open to current Melbourne Law School students, this scholarship is awarded to students undertaking an internship with not-for-profit organisations or government organisations on the basis of academic merit and financial need.||$1,500||Closed|
|Melbourne Law School Mobility Scholarship||Open to current Melbourne Law Masters students, this scholarship is awarded on the basis of financial need.||At least $1,500||Closed|
|Tom Zucker Scholarship in Employment Law and Labour Relations Law||Open to students who are enrolled in the Law School's Employment and Labour Relations Law courses and who are employed by, or who are officials of, an Australian trade union or peak union organisation. This scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need.||$6,000 - $8,000||Closed|
The Melbourne Scholarships Program is one of the most generous and comprehensive in Australia. It recognises outstanding academic achievement of students from Australia and around the world.