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Permanent Court of Arbitration Scholarship

Key details

Value
$25,000 per annum
Length of Support
Program duration
Number Offered
1

About this scholarship

Overview

The objective of the award is to provide support to a current student, or graduate of the ANU College of Law, undertaking a 12 month Fellowship with the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague, Netherlands.

The award is intended to assist with the cost of living expenses while the recipient works as an associate to a judge of the PCA.  The recipient will be required to assist the judges of the PCA in their day-to-day working tasks, including carrying out research, preparing case files, and drafting documents and judgments. The 12 month Fellowship will commence in mid-February 2019.

Field of study: Law

Value

  • $25,000 per annum
  • 1 on offer
  • Once-off payment for full value
  • Payments made for program duration.
     

Eligibility

The scholarship applicant must be:

  • a final year student in a Bachelor of Laws program in the ANU College of Law; or
  • a final year student in a Juris Doctor program in the ANU College of Law; or
  • enrolled in a Master of Laws program in the ANU College of Law; or
  • a recent graduate of the Bachelor of Laws, Juris Doctor or Master of Laws program (including the Master of Legal Practice) from the ANU College of Law. A 'recent' graduate is defined as one graduating within five years of the date of application

Benefits

The value of the award is stated in your letter of offer.  The duration of the award is 12 months. The award is paid in quarterly instalments, from the beginning of the Fellowship period, unless otherwise stated in the letter of offer.

How to apply

Applicants need to provide:

  • a cover letter for the application
  • a completed PCA fellowship application form
  • a curriculum vitae
  • an academic transcript
  • at least two written references

Eligibility

Gender
  • Female
  • Male
Eligible Study Fields
L
Law, Legal Studies & Justice