Innovation, Technology and Law LL.M. students eligible for £5,000 tuition break

Students from dozens of countries who have been accepted into the Innovation, Technology and Law LL.M. distance learning course from the University of Edinburgh are eligible for one of several £5,000 tuition scholarships offered by the university.

The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of merit. Applications are due on May 30, 2008. Winners will be announced in late June.

For more information, including a list eligible nationalities, please visit the University of Edinburgh LL.M. Distance Learning Programme scholarship website.

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