Full MTEC Scholarships funded by Dutch government

Law students bound for the International and European Law LL.M. program at Amsterdam Law School at the University of Amsterdam have until June 1, 2007 to apply for one of the full MTEC scholarships funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

MTEC stands for "Matra" (derived from the Dutch words for social transformation, ‘maatschappelijke transformatie’) Training for European Cooperation. Students from countries in east & southeastern Europe, as well as Morocco and Jordan, are eligible for the scholarship, which covers tuition, study materials, housing & travel expenses, subsistence costs, and various programs.

For more information about the scholarships, please visit the University of Amsterdam website. For more information about the program, please visit the full listing on LLM GUIDE.

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