All students enrolled in the program are eligible for a £3,000 cut in tuition expenses

Two scholarships worth £3,000 each will be available to students registered in the The University of Edinburgh's Innovation, Technology and Law Distance Learning LL.M. Program. Full-time and part-time students who have accepted the university's offer for a place on the program by early September 2006 will be considered, so there is no formal application process. The awards are based on academic merit.

For more information, please visit the program's website, or contact llm.distance@ed.ac.uk.

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