At least nine scholarships available to incoming and eligible LL.M. students

The Luso-American Foundation will grant five scholarships to American applicants to be admitted to the International Trade and Business Law LL.M. program at the Universidade Católica Portugesa in Lisbon. The scholarships consist of 5,000 Euros (aprox. 6,500 USD) and travel expenses.

MilleniumBCP Bank is also granting four scholarships of 15,000 Euros to successful applicants from Poland, Greece and Romania. The university itself may also grant a limited number of sholarships, consisting of partial tuition waiver.

For more information, contact: llm-catolica@fd.ucp.pt

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