Leigh Day LLB Scholarship for African Students 2022 is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship programme at Canon Collins Trust
The Educational Trust for Southern Africa was founded in 1981 by the British Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (BDAF), principally by Ethel de Keyser, director of BDAF, and Canon John Collins, the founder of BDAF.
Benefits of Leigh Day LLB Scholarship
- Awards will be R40,000 per academic year. Funding will be provided for up to a maximum of two years. They support both full and part-time study and will consider applications from those who wish to study by distance learning.
- They also organise an annual conference for current scholars and hold several smaller events throughout the year. Scholarship holders are expected to participate in these activities and to become part of and contribute to our network.
Requirements for Leigh Day LLB Scholarship Qualification
Applicant must be:
- A current second or third year LLB student at the University of Fort Hare or the University of the Western Cape.
- A national of, or have refugee status in, one of the following countries: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
- In possession of a strong academic record and extra-curricular involvement.
- A 2nd or 3rd year undergraduate of Law student at the University of Fort Hare or the University of the Western Cape.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to Canon Collins Trust on www.gapgrants.com to apply
For more details,visit Canon Collins Trust website