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Adams & Adams Bursary Scheme

Closing Date: 

February, 2019

Field of Study: 

Bursary Details: 

Students enrolled at a South African University who demonstrate consistently strong academic performance.

South African Citizens studying towards their BA Law/BCom Law/ LLB degree.

First year students must provide their Grade 11 and 12 results, indicating that they have maintained a B symbol or higher in English and a C symbol or higher in Mathematics since Grade 11.

Furthermore, they must demonstrate their financial need for support.

Tertiary students must have maintained a higher than average academic standard.

The bursary programme is provided to students with a view to employment as Candidate Attorneys at the firm.

A maximum of R50 000 will be sponsored towards the student’s studies

Tenure (Number of years the award may be held for):

1-year renewable depending on student maintaining a 75% aggregate in terms of the requirements set by Adams & Adams.

Closing Date: 28 February 2019

Conditions of Award:

Degree Requirements:

BA Law/ BCom Law/ LLB


Candidate Requirements: 

Applicants are required to complete an online application below and to upload a

  • letter of motivation (explaining why you should be awarded a scholarship);
  • a comprehensive CV;
  • Identity Document;
  • Matric Certificate and the most recent university academic transcripts on a university letter head.
  • Applications by first year students must include a university acceptance letter and proof of registration.

How to Apply: 

Only online applications for candidate attorneys, bursaries and/or vacation programmes are now accepted.

Candidates who wish to be considered should Apply Online

Bursary Equiries: 

Bursary applicants may be required to partake in vacation work and will be expected to act as campus-based brand ambassadors for the firm from time to time.

Adams & Adams will require a first right of refusal regarding articles of clerkship.