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The University of Law, Nottingham (Bar Practice Course)


The Lord Blunkett Widening Access Award

Scholarship value £1,000
Application info Students must be from a household with an income of £25,000 or less and obtain a minimum of a Lower Second Class degree (or international equivalent); over 100 awards are available

Choose Law Scholarship

Scholarship value Full-fee
Application info Available for courses starting in September 2020 and January 2021

Career Changer Scholarship

Scholarship value Full-fee and partial-fee
Application info To support those whose careers have been impacted by COVID-19 and want to re-train in a career in law, ULaw is offering up to 10 full-fee and 300 partial-fee scholarships (worth up to £2,000)

Set for Success Scholarship

Scholarship value Full-fee
Application info To be eligible for this award, you must obtain (or expect to be awarded) at least a Lower Second Class degree, or international equivalent. Students who are not awarded a full-fee scholarship, will automatically be put forward for the runner up award, worth £2,000

Bar Practice Course Awards

Application info To be eligible, students must obtain (or expect to be awarded) at least an Upper Second Class degree or international equivalent

Inns of Court scholarships

Application info The Inns of Court offer scholarships and financial awards to aspiring barristers

Key Info

Full time fees £11,750
Part time fees £5,875
Entry requirements 2:1

ULaw also offers a BPC LLM in Nottingham, for £14,450. Entry onto the BPC is subject to candidates passing the Bar Course Aptitude Test and ULaw’s selection interview. Part-time fees are per year. All prices include Bar Standards Board (BSB) registration fee of £585.

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