The Freilich Indigenous Student Scholarship in Law was created to assist people in the Indigenous Community who want to attend University to obtain a degree in Law to further their career aspirations. The Scholarship aims to offset some of the financial burden of attendance at University in the first year of study.
The Scholarship Fund was established from money donated to the University by the Freilich Foundation.
Field of study
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.
Selection is made on the basis of academic merit and application.
The scholarship is paid in two equal instalments at the beginning of each semester in the first year of study to offset some of the financial burden of commencing university.
How to apply
The application is submitted on the prescribed form. Any requirement for supporting documentation will be stated on the application form and/or ANU Scholarships website. The application and all supporting documentation (where applicable) must be submitted on, or prior to, the closing date published on the ANU scholarships website.