Awarded by Australian National University
to Support the International Court of Justice Traineeship Program.
The scholarship will apply for the duration of the traineeship (9 months in total). Application process and criteria is set out in the Conditions of Award. Applications can be sent electronically or in hard copy. Electronic applications can be sent to e-mail Link. Hard copy applications should be mailed to Office of the Dean of Law, ANU College of Law.
The scholarship applicant must be: a final year student in a Bachelor of Laws program in the ANU College of Law; or a final year student in a Juris Doctor program in the ANU College of Law; or enrolled in a Master of Laws program in the ANU College of Law; or a recent graduate of the Bachelor of Laws, Juris Doctor or Master of Laws program from the ANU College of Law. The Bachelor of Laws program may be undertaken as a single or a combined degree.
As advised on ANU College of Law website
ANU has always been a university with a difference, set apart by its research intensity. The high reputation of ANU within the international academy is now matched by an equivalent and high reputation outside the academy.
In accordance with the Australian National University Act 1991 (Cth), the Council is the governing body of the University. ANU has seven academic Colleges, made up of a network of inter-related faculties, research schools and centres.
ANU has excellent sports, accommodation, academic and dining facilities, many of which are available for use by the public.
Our scholars thrive on a campus that mixes all the advantages of Australia’s capital city with space to think, grow and enjoy life.
We are proud of our green campus and work to reduce the environmental impact of our operations. We provide leadership on sustainability through community engagement and outreach.