Students researching topics within the project can receive R 83,000 in assistance

The Stellenbosch University Law Faculty in Stellenbosch, South Africa has invited prospective students interested in its LL.M. program to apply for bursaries and research assistantships associated with its "Combating Poverty, Homelessness and Socio-Economic Vulnerability under the Constitutional Dispensation" research project.

Students interested conducting their research within the project during their LL.M. (or LL.D.) studies can receive financial support of R 83,000 per year (R 105,000 for LL.D. students).

According to the law faculty, the project "encourages new and creative thinking in all areas of the law related to overcoming economic and social marginalisation," and is coordinated by Professors Sandra Leibenberg and AJ van der Walt.

Applications for the financial support are due on June 30 for students wishing to begin in January 2010.

For more information, please send an email to ISPbursaries@sun.ac.za or visit the Stellenbosch law faculty website or full LLM GUIDE directory listing.

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