Partial- and Full-Tuition waivers for students accepted on select LL.M. programs

The Erasmus School of Law in Rotterdam, The Netherlands will grant "Marc Loth" tuition waivers for 2010-2011 to two incoming, international LL.M. students with an outstanding academic record and who cannot afford the tuition fee.

Students accepted to the school's Commercial Law, International and European Public Law or Business, Corporate and Maritime Law programs are eligible. Depending on the number of applications, successful candidates will be short-listed. The waiver for Commercial Law and International and European Public Law is a partial one. Tuition waiver recipients will receive a waiver of EUR 7,330 and will have to pay a tuition fee of EUR 1,620 (legal tuition fee) instead of EUR 8,950. Tuition waiver recipients for Business, Corporate and Maritime Law will receive a full waiver.

The scholarships are named after Marc Loth, the former dean of the Erasmus School of Law.

To apply, send a motivational essay and financial statement (explaining your financial situation) together with your application or copy of your letter of admission to:

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Law, LL.M. Office, room L5-037, P.O. Box 1738, 3000 DR Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The deadline for applying is May 1, 2010.

For more information about the LL.M. programs on offer at Erasmus School of Law, please visit their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.

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