BPP has released details of this year’s winners of its full fee scholarships. The institution boasts a scholarship fund of more than £1m, one of the largest in postgraduate legal education. These include 10 full-fee scholarships for the brightest emerging legal talent. So who won what this year? Read on to find out.
The Deans Scholarship has been awarded to both Grace Corby and Paul Hyland. This scholarship recognises exceptional academic achievement and the recipients’ commitment to their legal careers.
Grace, whose aim is to train as a barrister, expressed her delight, saying that the scholarship would allow her to “fully focus” on her studies and have more time to “get involved in BPP’s (…) varied pro-bono opportunities.”
Paul said that he would not have been able to pursue this path without the university’s confidence in him.
For 2020/21, The Chancellor’s Scholarship has been awarded to four students: Rianna Moth, Nadia Desouza, Hawa Jogi and Sarah Looney. This scholarship is designed to be awarded to those who have shown a unique legal journey, have overcome obstacles and/or contributed to pro-bono or charitable causes.
Rianna Moth said she was “overwhelmed” to have received this “honour” as someone from an “unconventional background.”
The Future Leader Scholarships have been awarded to two students for this academic year: Felix Gibson and Feras Al Chalabi. This Scholarship is given to those students who have shown outstanding leadership with the “drive to be a future leader within the legal profession.”
This scholarship was awarded to Lauren Maires, who studied her GDL at BPP University and will now begin her BTC.
This was awarded to two students who each shared 50% of the award. Grace Bolaji and Jake Hamilton have both shown passion throughout their studies at BPP and achieved fantastic results both inside and outside of the classroom.
Xin Ni Shak has been awarded The Dean of The School of Business and Technology Scholarship after demonstrating academic excellence, career commitment and exceptional socially responsible extra-curricular activities.
BPP Law School provides the Postgraduate Diploma in Law, the Legal Practice Course, The Bar Professional Training Course and Legal master’s degrees (LLM’s) to students wishing to further their careers in the law.
With one of the largest scholarship funds in postgraduate legal education, BPP offers scholarships including some full-fee scholarships for some of the best new legal talent. Their funds available for scholarships are valued at more than £1 million.
Scholarship applications are now open for BPP’s January/February 2021 courses. Apply now!.
Words: Alicia Gibson
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