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Usually full-tuition scholarships are assigned to outstanding students without means to pay for a LLM. Given all the extra-curricular experiences that you listed, you do not look like a student in that much financial need. That said, you can still hope for generous partial scholarships assigned by law schools at their will

Usually full-tuition scholarships are assigned to outstanding students without means to pay for a LLM. Given all the extra-curricular experiences that you listed, you do not look like a student in that much financial need. That said, you can still hope for generous partial scholarships assigned by law schools at their will
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Not all scholarships are need based, to the contrary - majority of scholarships that fully cover the overall cost of one's studying are predominantly merit based.

Studying at a top university in the field of law is very expensive for students from abroad - notwithstanding the actual choice made (UK or US) - and that is the reason why certain foundations provide financial assistance to certain group of exceptional students.

However, impressive academic resume (as is yours, for sure) is not enough to convey the message that you are the top candidate to receive funding. Many factors will play a role in scholarship selection process, including the reasons why the foundation is giving away the money - you need to fill in a slot they want you to fill in after returning to your home country. Bear in mind that each charity has a goal to achieve and this is quintessential for understanding the whole other spectrum of excellence they would look for in a candidate to support. Among several top candidates (all of whom will have an equally excellent resume) only a few or one will be offered a scholarship - and this is what you have to understand. At a certain level, the game for the funding is not the game where you beat each other with the number of internships but with the adeptness to become a scholar worthy of the money prize.

Keep doing your thing and study hard - prepare on time and take careful consideration in writing your personal statement.

Best of luck!

Not all scholarships are need based, to the contrary - majority of scholarships that fully cover the overall cost of one's studying are predominantly merit based.

Studying at a top university in the field of law is very expensive for students from abroad - notwithstanding the actual choice made (UK or US) - and that is the reason why certain foundations provide financial assistance to certain group of exceptional students.

However, impressive academic resume (as is yours, for sure) is not enough to convey the message that you are the top candidate to receive funding. Many factors will play a role in scholarship selection process, including the reasons why the foundation is giving away the money - you need to fill in a slot they want you to fill in after returning to your home country. Bear in mind that each charity has a goal to achieve and this is quintessential for understanding the whole other spectrum of excellence they would look for in a candidate to support. Among several top candidates (all of whom will have an equally excellent resume) only a few or one will be offered a scholarship - and this is what you have to understand. At a certain level, the game for the funding is not the game where you beat each other with the number of internships but with the adeptness to become a scholar worthy of the money prize.

Keep doing your thing and study hard - prepare on time and take careful consideration in writing your personal statement.

Best of luck!


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Not all scholarships are need based, to the contrary - majority of scholarships that fully cover the overall cost of one's studying are predominantly merit based.

Studying at a top university in the field of law is very expensive for students from abroad - notwithstanding the actual choice made (UK or US) - and that is the reason why certain foundations provide financial assistance to certain group of exceptional students.

However, impressive academic resume (as is yours, for sure) is not enough to convey the message that you are the top candidate to receive funding. Many factors will play a role in scholarship selection process, including the reasons why the foundation is giving away the money - you need to fill in a slot they want you to fill in after returning to your home country. Bear in mind that each charity has a goal to achieve and this is quintessential for understanding the whole other spectrum of excellence they would look for in a candidate to support. Among several top candidates (all of whom will have an equally excellent resume) only a few or one will be offered a scholarship - and this is what you have to understand. At a certain level, the game for the funding is not the game where you beat each other with the number of internships but with the adeptness to become a scholar worthy of the money prize.

Keep doing your thing and study hard - prepare on time and take careful consideration in writing your personal statement.

Best of luck!


<blockquote>Not all scholarships are need based, to the contrary - majority of scholarships that fully cover the overall cost of one's studying are predominantly merit based.

Studying at a top university in the field of law is very expensive for students from abroad - notwithstanding the actual choice made (UK or US) - and that is the reason why certain foundations provide financial assistance to certain group of exceptional students.

However, impressive academic resume (as is yours, for sure) is not enough to convey the message that you are the top candidate to receive funding. Many factors will play a role in scholarship selection process, including the reasons why the foundation is giving away the money - you need to fill in a slot they want you to fill in after returning to your home country. Bear in mind that each charity has a goal to achieve and this is quintessential for understanding the whole other spectrum of excellence they would look for in a candidate to support. Among several top candidates (all of whom will have an equally excellent resume) only a few or one will be offered a scholarship - and this is what you have to understand. At a certain level, the game for the funding is not the game where you beat each other with the number of internships but with the adeptness to become a scholar worthy of the money prize.

Keep doing your thing and study hard - prepare on time and take careful consideration in writing your personal statement.

Best of luck!


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