Full-tution scholarships available to applicants from select countries/regions

The School of Law of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) now accepts applications for admission to the Master of Laws programmes 2008/09.

CUHK has announced the introduction of the "CUHK School of Law Master of Laws Scholarship Scheme 2008."

Successful candidates will be awarded a scholarship in form of a waiver of the basic tuition fee (worth HK$80,000) for one of the school's full-time LL.M. programs for the academic year 2008-09.

This year, a scholarship will be offered to a non-local applicant from each of the following areas: Australia, India/Sri Lanka, Japan/South Korea, and North America. Different countries/regions will be supported on a rotational basis.

The application deadline is April 11, 2008.

For more information about the scholarship scheme, please visit the CUHK School of Law website. For more information about CUHK, please visit their full profile.

Enquiries: lawpgadm@cuhk.edu.hk

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