Balliol College offers three scholarships for graduate candidates who have an offer of admission to Oxford University and a place at Balliol College to read for a higher degree in Law. The scholarships are awarded annually, if candidates of sufficient merit are identified.

Where appropriate the scholarships may be held in conjunction with other awards, for example, awards from the University Clarendon Fund and the Research Councils, in which case the scholarships cover all University and College fees, and a grant for living expenses, in which case the Scholarships cover all University and College fees, and provide a grant for living expenses.

The scholarships available are as follows:

One or two Gregory Kulkes Scholarships, for candidates for the DPhil or part-time degrees of longer than one year's duration, may be awarded in any year. The scholarships last for two years (renewable for a third).

A Gregory Kulkes Scholarship may be offered in conjunction with a University Clarendon Fund award. Alternatively, the scholarship may be awarded alone, in which case its value will be up to £10,000.

The McDougall Scholarship In Law, for any higher degree in Law.

A McDougall Scholarship in Law may be offered in conjunction with a UK Research Council award,  Alternatively, the Scholarship may be awarded alone, in which case, its value will be up to £7,250 per annum.

The Singapore Law Scholarship may be offered to a candidate of Singaporean citizenship.

A Singapore Law Scholarship may be offered in conjunction with a University Clarendon Fund award. Alternatively, the scholarship may be awarded alone, in which case its value will be up to £10,000 per annum.

Applicantion for admission to a higher degree in Law must be made to the University of Oxford by the University's second deadline in January. No separate application is required to be considered for these awards.

Application Procedure

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