EUR 12,000 available per student for studies and expenses

The Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL) in Latvia has announced scholarships of 12,000 Euros each (6,000 for tuition; 6,000 for living and travel expenses) for eligible students from Russia, Belorussia, Ukraine, southeastern Europe, and Central Eurasia. The scholarships are intended to assist students who are interested in RGSL's Public International Law and Human Rights LL.M. program. The scholarships are funded by the Open Society Institute (OSI).

Applications are due on 31 October 2006 (Summer semester).

For more information about the Public International Law and Human Rights LL.M. in Riga visit RGSL's program listing on LLM GUIDE. For information about the scholarships and
and a list of eligible nationalities, please click here.

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