Scholarships include four £20,000 awards for incoming postgraduates

Four scholarships are available to students of Russian birth who have been accepted at the University of Edinburgh on a full-time Master of Laws program, or any other of the university's postgraduate degree programs. Each scholarship will be worth £20,000, which will be used towards tuition fees, research costs, books, travel to and from Russia and general living costs.

These four scholarships are being offered as part of a five year commitment made by Scottish & Newcastle plc to fund up to 12 awards for Russian scholars.

Another scholarship will be awarded in 2007-2008 to a Russian citizen who has graduated from the State Institute of International Relations (University), Moscow. This award is available to applicants who are accepted for admission on a full-time basis to any Master of Laws (or other postgraduate Master's) program at the University of Edinburgh.

Applications are due May 1, 2007.

Further information and application material is available here.

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