Maintenance grants and tuition fees for law research students
The studentships will provide a maintenance grant equivalent to that offered by the Economic and Social Research Council (￡13,290 in 2008/09) and tuition fees paid at the home/EU rate (￡3,670 in 2009/10). Some additional bursaries (for example, reducing overseas fee to home fee rate) may also be available.
Those awarded a studentship will normally be expected to teach a maximum of four hours per week in term time on an undergraduate English law module.
The closing date for applications is February 19, 2010, with interviews expected to be held in March.
For more information about the students, please visit the Kent Law School website. For more information about their LL.M. programs, please see their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.
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