The objective of the Award is to support students with a diagnosed disability or long-term medical condition when undertaking law studies. The Award aims to offset some of the financial burden of attendance at law school in their first year.
Funding for this Award has been provided by the ANU College of Law. The Award was initiated by Surend Dayal, an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the ANU College of Law.
2 on offer
Payments made per semester
Payments made for 1 year
Student typesDomestic, International, Prospective
Student levelsUndergraduate, Honours, Postgraduate coursework, Flexible double degree, Graduate Certificate, Master Degree
Number of scholarships awarded2 on offer
Selection basesPersonal illness/Disability
The Award is available each year to a commencing ANU student who:
The value of the award is $21,000 per annum. The duration of the Award is for one year. The Award is paid in two equal instalments of $10,500, after the Census date of each semester, unless otherwise stated in the letter of offer.
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Only one recipient can hold this award at any given time.
The College will consider as 'neurodiversity' any diagnosed medical condition listed on the neurodiversity hub website: https://www.neurodiversityhub.org/what-is-neurodiversity