Yuill Scholarship To Support The International Court Of Justice Traineeship Program

The Australian National University (ANU)

The Yuill Scholarship has been established by the University to provide funding to support participation in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) Traineeship Program. The purpose of the scholarship is to defray the living expenses of the successful applicant while undertaking the traineeship with the court.


Applicants must: be final year students in the ANU College of Law LLB program or JD program, or recent graduates of either of the programs. Selection is primarily on the basis of academic excellence in courses relating to public international law, with proven research and writing skills. Any other related achievements or experience, including work experience, international engagement, or contribution to the wider community will also be considered. Applicants are required to submit a letter of application, and a CV.

Further details

The Court also requires proficiency in one of the Court's official languages (either French or English) and a very good working knowledge of the other.

Amount $25,000

The scholarship provides $25,000 towards the applicant's expenses (e.g. airfare, accommodation, insurance) for the 9-month period while undertaking the traineeship.

Closing date Early February
Number per year 1
Frequency Annual
Duration months
Student type Australian
Gender Co-Ed
For Australian students
For international students
Level of study Postgraduate
Field of studys Law
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