Applicants from Africa, Europe, and the Americas eligible for 2010-11 scholarships

The Faculty of Law of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) has introduced the "CUHK Faculty of Law Master of Laws Scholarship Scheme 2010." Successful candidates will be awarded a scholarship worth HK$176,000, covering the basic LL.M. tuition fee of HK$96,000 and a maintenance stipend of HK$80,000.

Different countries/regions will be supported on a rotational basis. For the 2010-2011 academic year, two scholarships will be offered to non-local applicants from the following areas: Africa, Europe, and North and South America.

The application deadline for the scholarship is April 9, 2010. The application deadlines for admission to CUHK's LL.M. programs are February 26, 2010 (first round) and April 9, 2010 (second round).

For further information about admission and the scholarship scheme, please visit the CUHK Faculty of Law website. For more information about the LL.M. programs on offer at CUHK, please visit their full LLM GUIDE directory profile

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