The Tang Scholarship. The College seeks to elect a Tang Scholar. Candidates will have an offer of admission to Oxford University and a place at Balliol College to read for the BPhil or DPhil in the Faculty of Philosophy or the MPhil or DPhil in Legal Philosophy in the Faculty of Law for 2020/21. The scholar must be studying or researching a topic related to the rule of law in its broadest sense. The Scholarship may be offered in conjunction with a University or Faculty award or it may be offered separately. If the Scholarship is awarded alone, its value will be up to £15,000 per annum. The award is made for the full duration of the period of fee liability for the agreed course, subject to satisfactory academic progress being made. Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford for admission to a higher degree by the University's second deadline in January. No separate application is required to be considered for this award. The Scholarship was made possible by a grant from the Tang Foundation, to mark the award in 2018 of the Tang Prize for the Rule of Law to Professor Joseph Raz, Emeritus Fellow of Balliol: 

  The Singapore Law Scholarship. The College seeks to elect a Singapore Law Scholars from among students of Singaporean citizenship who have an offer of admission to Oxford University and a place at Balliol College to read for a degree in law. 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.Application 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.

The Arthur James Richmond Paton Scholarship in Law. The College seeks to elect an Arthur James Richmond Paton Law Scholar. Candidates will have an offer of admission to Oxford University and a place at Balliol College to read for a higher degree in Law commencing in the academic year 2019/20.  The scholarship is open only to candidates who have previously completed a degree at Balliol College. The Scholarships may be awarded in conjunction with a University or Faculty award or it may be offered separately. If the Scholarship is awarded alone, its value will be £3,500. Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford for admission to a higher degree by the University's second deadline in January. No separate application is required to be considered for these awards.

The McDougall Scholarship.  The College seeks to elect a McDougall Scholar. Candidates will have an offer of admission to Oxford University and a place at Balliol College to read for a higher degree in Law commencing in the academic year 2020/21. The Scholarship may be awarded in conjunction with UK Research Council scholarships. In exceptional circumstances, the Scholarship may be made as a stand-alone award, in which case its value will be up to £7,750 per annum. Awards are made for the full duration of the period of fee liability for the agreed course, subject to satisfactory academic progress being made. Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford for admission to a higher degree by the University's second deadline in January. No separate application is required to be considered for this award.

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