Government award will go to one LL.M. student from a developing country

The Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (MIPLC) has announced that one incoming student to the 2007-08 LL.M. program in Intellectual Property Law will be awarded a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).  The award, designated for a student from a developing country, will cover living and travel expenses and a two-month German language course.

Fore more information about the MIPLC LL.M. program, please visit their website.

For more information about the DAAD "Postgraduate Courses with special Relevance to Developing Countries," program, please download the relevant PDF file here.

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