The University of Leicester Law School will offer a 10 percent discount to qualifying Canadian and Malaysian undergraduates starting their studies there this year.
Ten Canadian Excellence Scholarships and three Malaysian Excellence Scholarships are available to pursue any undergraduate courses within the Leicester Law School. The 10 percent discount will be deducted from the tuition fees for each year of academic study.
“The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic merit, positive community contribution, and financial need,” wrote the announcement on its website.
To be eligible, students from Canada and Malaysia must prove they are classified as international students and hold a nationality or residency in either one of the two countries. They must have received an offer letter for one of the undergraduate law degree programmes they have applied to (including the LLB JD Pathway or Senior Status LLB Law).
For applicants whose first language is not English, they will be required to show proof of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.
The application deadline is set at 18 May 2018.
According to the university’s website, it hosts around 4,000 international students from 110 countries. More than a quarter of its 13,000 full-time, campus-based students are from outside the European Union, from more than 70 different countries.