Yuill Scholarship to Support the International Court of Justice Judicial Fellows Programme

Overview

The Yuill Scholarship has been established by the University to provide funding to support participation in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) Judicial Fellows Programme. The purpose of the scholarship is to defray the living expenses of the successful applicant while undertaking the traineeship in the Hagues (The Netherlands). The ANU College of Law currently offers one scholarship a year in accordance with the program dates of the Court.

Field of study

Law

Eligibility

The award is available each year to an ANU student or graduate who is:

  • a final year Bachelor of Laws(Hons) or Juris Doctor student (whether undertaken as a single or flexible double degree) at the ANU Law School; or
  • at the time of application enrolled in the LLM at the ANU Law School; or
  • a recent graduate of the LLB(Hons), JD or LLM from the ANU Law School. A 'recent' graduate is defined as one graduating within five years of the date of application.

Benefits

The value of the award is stated in the letter of offer. The award is paid in one instalment prior to the commencement of the Judicial Fellows Programme, unless otherwise stated in the letter of offer. The recipient is responsible for organising their passport, visa and insurance, and other costs involved in travel.

How to apply

Click 'Apply now' at the top of this page to access the application form.

Further information

The 2021-2022 Judicial Fellows Programme will run from September 2021 to June/July 2022.