All Scholarships and Bursaries

The following link is a booklet containing those Undergraduate Scholarships & Bursaries that are available to students of the ST. AUGUSTINE CAMPUS. These are administered by the Campus Committee for Undergraduate Awards (CCUA). Students are invited to submit ONE general application for a scholarship/bursary.

While students cannot apply for specific awards, each online application is considered by the CCUA which allots awards according to a myriad of pre-existing, donor-specific criteria.The CCUA, at its annual meetings would review all applications and nominate awardees based on the best alignment between their qualifications and donor-specific criteria.

*NOTE: All scholarships and bursaries are subject to availability of funds, and details given here are subject to change at any time. Potential applicants are urged to check information regularly to ensure they are aware of requirements, deadlines etc.





This scholarship is named in honour of Makandal Daaga, liberator and social activist of Trinidad and Tobago, who spearheaded the ‘Black Power Movement’. 
Daaga’s work focused on the central tenets of law, that is, equality, social justice and fairness. His advocacy and that of the several organisations he instituted, made significant impacts on areas that are of particular relevance to law and legal policy.
Accordingly, the scholarship is aimed at creating lawyers who will be meaningful change agents working towards promoting justice and an egalitarian society.


Suitable applicants must have a discernible record of advocating for positive social change in their communities, through concrete work on issues of justice, equality, or democracy, whether in an individual, NGO, governmental, or regional capacity.


Candidates may be of any age, gender, race or CARICOM nationality.
Simultaneously, applicants must also apply for admission to  the University of the West Indies - Faculty of Law through . Only applications from persons who have satisfied the matriculation requirements of the UWI St. Augustine Campus will be considered.

Application Guidelines:

Interested persons must complete the Online Application inclusive of the Online Essay (max. 350 words). The essay should describe your work and activism and should explain how earning a law degree will enhance this work.

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