GREAT Study Award for Justice and Law for Nigerians in UK 2022


Closing Dates: 13 June 2022

Great offer to all very intelligent Nigerian students! The University of Westminster is elated to partner with the UK government’s GREAT Britain campaign and the British Council, to offer the GREAT study award for Justice and Law to all Outstanding Nigerian Students.

This scholarship is open for the 2022/23 academic session at the University of Westminster, UK.


This scholarship provides a one off £10,00 tuition fee award within Westminster Law School and is open to Overseas fee-paying students from Nigeria. Selection is based on academic merit and personal statement

GREAT Study Award for Justice and Law Study Eligibility:

Students must fulfil all criteria below:
• Be an International student for fee purposes from (and residing in) Nigeria and have an offer for a place on a full-time postgraduate course in Westminster Law School at the University of Westminster starting in September 2022
• Have a minimum UK equivalent 2:1 Honours Degree
• Students who already have a Master’s degree are not eligible to apply unless otherwise stated in the overseas academic qualifications equivalency guide.

• The following categories of students are not eligible:
a. Postgraduate Diploma
b. Professional courses (eg RIBA pt III, ACCA, CIMA, CiLEX)
c. Conversion courses (eg Graduate Diploma in Law)
d. Integrated Masters/MPhil/PhD student
e. Part time students


A copy of your transcript from your most recent/current academic study. Please attach provisional
grades provided by your school if you do not have final grades yet.

Study Criteria:

Minimum UK equivalent 2:1 Honours degree. Selection is based on academic qualifications and personal statement.

Please see our overseas academic equivalency guide to see if you meet the academic criteria:Overseas academic qualifications equivalency chart (PDF)

Application Process:

Applicants are required to fill the application form below

GREAT Scholarship Justice and Law Application Form 2022 (PDF)