Every year in the Cayman Islands, we offer both legal and non-legal scholarships to outstanding Caymanian students who can establish a need for assistance. We plan to extend this scheme to other parts of the world where we have offices.
For details of our legal scholarship programme, please contact us.
Click here to download the Legal Scholarship prospectus and application form. Applications must be submitted no later than 15 March each year.
For details on our scholarships to study other subjects, please contact us.
Click here to download the Non-Legal Scholarship prospectus and application form. Applications must be submitted no later than 30 April each year.
Completed applications can be submitted via email to the relevant address listed on the form, or via mail to:
Maples and Calder
PO Box 309, Ugland House
South Church Street
Grand Cayman KY1-1104
Maples and Calder Jersey Bursary Scheme – Applications are Currently Open
Maples and Calder is a leading international law firm that has recently launched an office in Jersey.
If you are interested in obtaining a bursary within a close-knit and forward thinking team at an exciting stage of your career, contact email@example.com.
Maples Jersey Bursary Scheme
What We Can Offer
Our bursary scheme is very important to us and we have invested a significant amount of time in considering what we can offer to our bursary students and crafting the best possible experience and ongoing support. The following is available to qualified candidates:
- A financial contribution towards your studies.
- An annual structured work experience placement with a number of scheduled activities and outcomes for each student. We make every effort to ensure that you will work with a number of members of the team and be exposed to an interesting and diverse range of work.
- Ongoing support from key members of our team while completing your studies.
What We Are Looking For
Proactive students who have a willingness to be part of our team and demonstrate an eagerness to learn more about law and in developing their career will be considered for the scheme.
Application Information and Eligibility
Applications for our bursary scheme are considered annually and open on 3 September 2018.
We encourage applications from Channel Islands residents considering a career in law who are either: (i) 'A' level students in their final year of school applying for university, or (ii) attending university. We expect university students on the bursary scheme and applying for the bursary scheme to be obtaining a 2:1 classification of degree or above. Students who have obtained bursaries from any other law firms will not be eligible.
Applicants are invited to submit their CV together with a covering e-mail explaining why they are applying for a bursary at Maples, to: firstname.lastname@example.org