Two scholarships available for incoming LL.M. students from abroad

The Leiden University Fund (LUF) alumni organization will award a number of scholarships to eligible foreign students admitted to an English-language Master's program at Leiden University in the Netherlands for the 2007-2008 academic year. Two scholarships - worth 10,800 Euros each - are available to highly qualified incoming LL.M. students from aborad.

Incoming LL.M. students at Leiden are also eligible to apply for the "Law Faculty Master's of Advanced Studies Scholarship," which is a 5,000-Euro tuition fee reduction.

The application deadline for the LUP scholarship is April 1, 2007. For more information about these and other scholarships at Leiden, please visit the international programs website and follow the link to "scholarships."

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