Vinerian Scholarship

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The Vinerian Scholarship is a scholarship given to the University of Oxford student who "gives the best performance in the examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Civil Law". Currently, £2,500 is given to the winner of the scholarship, with an additional £950 awarded to a proxime accessit (at the examiners' discretion).[1]

Past Vinerian Scholars

Past winners of the Vinerian Scholarship include:

Suspended for World War I (1916 – 1920)

Change in statute to award scholarship on the basis of BCL examinations (1928)

Suspended for World War II (1940 – 1945)

Universities with Vinerian Scholars

Oxford Colleges with Vinerian Scholars since 1929

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