Scholarship Details

AUT South Campus Bachelor of Laws ( LLB ) Scholarship



Application Form
Regulations
Closing date: 01/12/2018
Re-opened for study in 2017
Value of Award: A $6,000 contribution towards fees
No. of awards: Four
Tenure: One year only

This scholarship is for students wishing to enrol for the first year of the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) programme at the AUT South Campus. This campus is growing and campus located in the heart of the South Auckland community.

Up to four scholarship valued at a $6,000 contribution towards fees for full-time (120pts) are available for undergraduate study in the Bachelor of Laws programme based at the AUT South Campus.


Selection criteria:

  • • Applicants must be enrolling for the first time, in a full-time Bachelor of Laws degree programme of study at AUT South campus and will be asked to provide their AUT Student ID in the box provided on the application form. This can be obtained by enrolling at AUT online www.aut.ac.nz/study-at-aut/apply-to-aut
  • • Applicants must be intending to enroll full-time in the first year of the Bachelor of Law at the AUT South Campus.
  • • It is expected that the applicant will have, as a minimum, one of the following:
  • • NCEA 230 rank score *
  • • CIE 180 rank score *
  • • IB Principal’s predicted score 28
  • • The award of this scholarship is conditional on the student gaining entry to an AUT undergraduate degree programme.

General Information:

How do students apply?
Application requirements
Applicants must apply through the on-line AUT Scholarship application portal. A link to this portal will be available from the link above from 1 October.
Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria and complete and submit the online application available from the link above. Applicants will be required to upload:
• A one-page personal statement explaining their reasons for wishing to attend AUT South Campus, the academic goals they hope to achieve while there and why they believe they merit the scholarship. The personal statement should also include an outline of contributions to their school or community.
• A current certified copy of their NCEA, CIE or IB record of achievement. IB students must obtain a predicted IB grade from their Principal or Principal’s nominee.
• The applicant must request a letter of recommendation from their Principal or Principal’s nominee through the on-line portal. If they are studying IB this should include the Principal’s predicted IB score. Nominated referees will be sent an email from the application portal CommunityForce.
All documentation must be received by the closing date inclusive of reference statements or the application will not be able to be submitted and will be considered ineligible.
Application Form
Regulations

Decision makers
• Recipients will be selected by the Faculty of Business and Law scholarship selection panel.
• The decision of the Faculty of Business and Law scholarship selection panel is final.
• If the panel is of opinion that there is no applicant of sufficient merit, the scholarship will not be awarded.

How and when do students learn of the decision?
As soon as possible after the closing date.

What conditions are attached to acceptance of this award?
• The award of this scholarship is conditional on the student gaining University Entrance and entry to the Bachelor of Laws degree programme available at the South campus. Students must study at the AUT South Campus for at least one full year.
• Scholars must enrol in a minimum of 120pts.
• The contribution towards fees will be paid directly towards tuition and student services fees.
• This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold non fee based scholarships with the approval of the Scholarships Office.
• Except in cases where there are compelling medical reasons or adverse personal circumstances beyond a student’s control, the uptake of scholarships cannot be deferred.
• Suspensions or Leave of Absence for students who have already commenced their degree will not usually be approved unless there are compelling medical or personal circumstances beyond the student’s control. Deferral and suspension requests must be made in writing to the Scholarships Office.
• The Scholarships Office has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the academic progress of a recipient
• Recipients who take up this Scholarship but do not complete at least two semesters of study at AUT may be required to pay back the full value of the scholarship received.

Additional information
The award of this scholarship is conditional on the recipient gaining entry to and enrolling full-time in the Bachelor of Laws at the AUT South Campus.

Who else has information about this award?


For guidelines, application forms and more information about this award contact:

Auckland University of Technology


Phone: +64 9 921 9837

Email: scholars@aut.ac.nz

Last updated: 18-Dec-2017 3.23pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.