Law graduates from 18 countries eligible for tuition and living allowance scholarships

Scholarships of up to €24,000 are available for students undertaking the LL.M. program in European Union Law at the University of Reading in England. Under the European Neighbourhood Policy, the EU will award around 40 scholarships to students from partner countries who are pursuing Masters degrees in fields of European studies. Scholarships are designed to cover tuition fees, living allowance and travel costs, establishment and relocation expenses.

The School of Law at Reading can nominate up to three students for scholarships.

The key requirements for eligibility include:

- Applicants must be a national of and resident in one of the following countries: Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, Palestinian Authority, Russia, Syria, Tunisia, and Ukraine.

- Applicants must be proficient in English.

- Applicants must have an undergraduate degree in law, or a degree with a law component, or a degree in a relevant related field, such as European studies. The degree will usually be at first- or upper-second-class honors standard.

Applications must be received by May 17, 2010.

For more information and application forms, please visit the law school website. For more information about the LL.M. programs on offer there, please see their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.

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