The Hogan Lovells Bursary

Undergraduate Scholarships

The Hogan Lovells Bursary

The Hogan Lovells Bursary supports a first or second year undergraduate student in the University of East Anglia's Law School. ​

  • Comes from a household where neither parent, carer or guardian has completed higher education.

  • Family's household income is less than £30,000.

  • You must have a clean disciplinary record with no pending investigations.

  • You must have no criminal convictions or cautions, or be currently under investigation or charged.

  • ​You must not have won this award previously.

This bursary encourages students to think about working for large legal firms such as Hogan Lovells.  Part of the award is an invitation to attend a networking event at the Hogan Lovells office in London in March 2021.  You will need to explain why you would benefit from this bursary, referencing your financial need, academic achievements and contribution to school and/or University life.  Please also include information on what interests you about Hogan Lovells and the networking opportunity on offer.

Type of Course

  • Undergraduate

Funding Type

  • Maintenance

Total Value

£1000

Annual Value

£1000

Number Available per Year

1

Years Available

  • 2021

Criteria

  • Household Income <£30,000
  • Demonstrate genuine financial need

School/Faculty

  • Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Law

Subject

Law

Country / Region

  • EU
  • Europe
  • UK

Applicant’s Nationality

  • Any

Country of Domicile

  • Any

Further Criteria

First or Second year student.

Restrictions with other scholarships

Cannot be in receipt of any other donor-funded scholarships/awards.

Related Scholarships

  • Non cluster

Application Process

​In order to be considered for this bursary, please complete an application form along with a letter to the Head of UEA Law School explaining why you should be awarded the bursary. Applications will open at the end of November and the deadline is the 15th February 2021. 

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Terms and Conditions

General Terms and Conditions