Non-EU incoming LL.M. students eligible for one of twenty scholarships

The Universiteit Maastricht Scholarship Fund will make 20 scholarships available for incoming Master's students - including qualified LL.M. students - from outside the European Union (EU) for the 2007-2007 academic year. These High Potential Scholarships cover tuition, accomodation, insurance, and travel costs, as well as living expenses.

According to the UM website, qualified applicants must come from a country from outside the EU, be admitted to a UM degree program, be eligible for a residence permit, and be no older than 35. Preference is given to applicants from India, China and Turkey.

Application deadline is April 1, 2007.

Maastricht University in the Netherlands offers several LL.M. programs in Dutch and English, as well as a brand new Master's program in Foresnics, Criminology and Administration of Justice.

For more information about the LL.M. programs at Maastricht, please visit the full listing on LLM GUIDE. More information about the High Potential Scholarships can be found here.

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