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Master of Laws (LLM) Scholarship

Key details

Fee reduction of $10,000
Length of Support
Normal course duration
Number Offered

About this scholarship

The Faculty of Business and Law is offering up to 10 scholarships per year from Trimester 2, 2016 until Trimester 2, 2018 to eligible students who have applied for the Masters of Laws (LLM) program at the Deakin Law School.


  • Fee reduction of $10,000 for the duration of the course.
  • Students required to undertake English at Deakin University English Language Institute (DUELI) will be offered a bursary that covers 5 weeks of English.
  • This scholarship is available for the normal course duration (1 year full-time or part-time equivalent).


To apply for admission to the LLM program, a student must have completed a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree or equivalent, and no less than four years of full-time study at a university or other approved educational institution and satisfied the minimum entry requirements of the LLM program. In some circumstances consideration may also be given to students who have more than two years of relevant work experience.

Candidates for the LLM program must also demonstrate English Language competency at Band B as set out in Schedule A to the Admission Criteria Selection (Higher Education Courses) procedure before commencing study.

Students will be required to complete an application for the Master of Laws Program and will be selected for the scholarship based on academic merit, professional experience, quality of their application, and interview performance.

How to apply

Students who meet the eligibility criteria will be automatically assessed for the scholarship and will be advised of the outcome.

For further information, please email Deakin Law School.

Important dates

  • Opening date to Trimester 1 2019.
  • Closing date Trimester 3 2023.


Eligible Degrees
  • Masters (Coursework)
  • Female
  • Male
Eligible Study Fields
Law, Legal Studies & Justice