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We are pleased to announce that the Sydney City School of Business will now be operating under a new name: Australian National Institute of Management and Commerce (IMC). This name change is an important part of a larger strategy to redirect the School in a way that aligns with future models of education that incorporate innovation and new technologies into learning and teaching that is integrated within a smart campus model.   Read more >

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Professional Support Scholarships

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Sydney City School of Law Professional Support Program (Dom - Law)

Sydney City School of Law Paralegals Support Program (Dom - Law)


For terms and conditions, please find the Terms and Conditions for Scholarship Awards through HERE.


Sydney City School of Law Professional Support Program

  • Value: $1,000.00 p.a
  • Course Area: Law
  • Student Type: Domestic students only
  • Duration: minimum length of course
  • Enrolment Type: Full-time and/or Part-time student
  • Selection Process: Guaranteed Entry

i. This Award is available to domestic students enrolled in at least eight (8) units per year offered by Law School which is equal to a total of 48 credit points per year.

ii. This Award is available to all eligible Law applicants.

iii.
Evidentiary requirements for Gap year students and Mature age students include: ATAR results (or its equivalent) of 85.0 and records as part of the application process including any final secondary schooling reports and a written submission establishing additional criteria.

iv. Evidentiary requirements for previous Tertiary students include academic transcripts that are required to establish a minimum credit average.

v. A written submission is to be made to the Dean of School and is to include the following details:

a) A current and up to date curriculum vitae (CV) or Resume that sets out the candidate’s work experience, their position within the organisation, the nature of employment and the term of employment which must be for a minimum one (1) year in duration.

b) Contact details for at least one professional reference. In the event that the candidate is self-employed, a character reference is sufficient.

vi. The student who is the recipient of this Award must ensure that they maintain a GPA (Grade Point Average) of 2.0 each year i.e. credits each year as a full-time or part-time student in order to maintain their eligibility to this Award.

vii. The Award is to be determined by the Dean of School or his nominee based on their assessment of the criteria to be applied and the evidence provided.


Sydney City School of Law Paralegals Support Program

  • Value: $1,000.00 p.a
  • Course Area: Law
  • Student Type: Domestic students only
  • Duration: minimum length of course
  • Enrolment Type: Full-time and/or Part-time student
  • Selection Process: Guaranteed Entry

i. This Award is available to domestic students enrolled in at least eight (8) units per year offered by Law School which is equal to a total of 48 credit points per year.

ii. This Award is available to all eligible Law applicants only.

iii. Evidentiary requirements for Gap year students and Mature age students include: ATAR results (or its equivalent) of 85.0 and records as part of the application process including any final secondary schooling reports and a written submission establishing additional criteria.

iv. Evidentiary requirements for previous Tertiary students include academic transcripts that are required to establish a minimum credit average.

v. A written submission is to be made to the Dean of School and is to include the following details:

a) A current and up to date curriculum vitae (CV) or Resume that sets out the candidate’s work experience, as a paralegal within the law firm and the nature of employment. The term of employment as a paralegal must be for a minimum one (1) year in duration.

b) Contact details for at least one professional reference being the Principal Solicitor or Managing Partner or Supervising Solicitor that oversees the work of the candidate.

vi. The student who is the recipient of this Award must ensure that they maintain a GPA (Grade Point Average) of 2.0 each year i.e. credits each year as a full-time or part-time student in order to maintain their eligibility to this Award.

vii. The value of the Award is to be determined by the Dean of School or his nominee based on their assessment of the criteria to be applied and the evidence provided.


Key

Int - International Students
Dom - Domestic Students 
Bus - For students undertaking degrees part of the business school
Law - For students undertaking degrees part of the law school