Open to current, female, Melbourne University Law School invites application for the Women in Tax Law Travel Scholarship. The scholarship aims at current female students and alumni seeking financial support to undertake studies or research overseas in the area of Tax Law. Moreover, Melbourne University has tailored the scholarship to include international students as well. Furthermore, the university is one of the finest universities in Australia. Melbourne comprises 11 separate academic units and is in association with numerous institutes and research centers.
To cater to the needs of the international student community, the University of Melbourne has designed support programs for overseas students. Pre-departure guidance includes special discussions on student visa processing, the necessary documents students need to bring, student housing, insurance, destination and safety in Australia. Besides, it also provides scholarships to international students that aid them in this transition
Melbourne University Law School offers the beneficiary of the Women in Tax Law Travel Scholarship with an amount of $5,000 payable towards the student’s tuition fee. Moreover, the Women in Tax Law Scholarship is available to only 1 student.
Candidates of the Law, legal studies and criminology in Melbourne University Law School are eligible for the scholarship if they meet the following requirements:
Moreover, Melbourne University provides the scholarship on the basis of demonstrated academic merit. Further, the candidates should also demonstrate leadership experience/potential.
Women in Tax Law Scholarship is available to students on the basis of academic merit. Hence, the students must submit the application form to the Melbourne University Law School. Further, the candidates must also submit any necessary documentation that reflects the candidate’s leadership quality.
Recipients will receive notification of the outcome approximately one month after applications close.
Melbourne University Law School will accept the application for the Women in Tax Law Scholarship until 31 July 2019. Only applications received during this period will be eligible for the Scholarship.