Deadline for scholarship for 2006/2007 is 28 April

The deadline for LSE Marchant Foundation LL.M. Scholarship for 2006/2007 is 28 April. A scholarship of £10,000 (per annum) is available for students of the LL.M. program at the London School of Economics (LSE). Students from India with a demonstrated financial need be given preference. Second preference given to UK/EU students with financial need. For more information and application forms, please consult the LSE departmental awards website.

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