SCHOLARSHIPS

Register For UniLaw Course Scholarships

UniLaw is now offering the UniLaw Scholarship for students who wish to go to law school but do not have the means to fund our courses.

Please fill in your details describing which course you wish to attend and why with a short letter of reference and we will review your application.

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UniLaw will make a decision at their own discretion regarding how many scholarship tickets will be offered.

Testimonial

Having a one on one session with Olivia just set out how the interviews would be and what to expect, making it so much less daunting.

Her expert advice included giving step by step methods of what to say and how to act in certain interview situations for example, when breaking bad news. She helped me build on my answers to make them so much more powerful and exactly to what the interviewers would be looking for.

She also gave me the different skills that medical schools look for in candidates and we made sure I had examples for all of them.She stressed the importance of certain aspects and answered every question I could’ve possibly thought of. Not only that, but her kind ways of teaching made me so much more inclined to learn and I genuinely really enjoyed it.

Liawebinar attendee, 2018

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