Freilich Indigenous Student Scholarship aims to support and assist the indigenous people in the community who wish to obtain an undergraduate degree in Law at the Australian National University.
About Australian National University
Australian National University was established in 1946, as a world-class research institution aimed at connecting talented people with diverse perspectives.
Australian National University unlike other universities stands out uniquely as it was founded after the second world war in a spirit of post-war optimism.
The universities mission has been to support the development of national unity and identity, to provide the nation with research capacity amongst the best in the world, and vital education for a brighter future.
Requirements for Freilich Indigenous Student Scholarship
The scholarship Is available to a person who:
- is a member of the Indigenous community
- is a successful applicant for entry into the first year of a program leading to the award of Bachelor of Laws (LLB) or the Juris Doctor (JD) whether undertaken as a single degree or part of a combined program
- is a citizen of or holds permanent resident status in Australia.
How to Apply for the Freilich Indigenous Student Scholarship
To apply for the ongoing Freilich Indigenous Student Scholarship is not as difficult as you think. All Interested and qualified candidates are to click on the “Apply Now” button below to get started
It should be noted that all Interested and qualified candidates are to apply for the Freilich Indigenous Student Scholarship immediately they see this because there is no specified deadline.