QMUL Announces £160,000 of Law Scholarships and Bursaries
15 funding opportunities available for LL.M. and MSc programs
The opportunities are described below:
12 LL.M. Scholarships - QMUL will be offering 6 full-tuition LL.M. scholarships for UK/EU students, and an additional 6 full-tuition LL.M. scholarships for non-EU students. Three of each type of scholarship (home/EU and overseas) will be awarded by the school's Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) and the Department of Law.
The deadline for applying online for the LL.M. program to be considered for a scholarship is March 1, 2012
For more information, including application instructions, please visit the QMUL 2012 LL.M. scholarship website.
3 MSc Law and Finance Bursaries - These bursaries worth between GBP 3,300 and GBP 5,300 in tuition reductions will be awarded to qualified home and overseas students accepted to QMUL's MSc Law and Finance program.
The MSc program is offered jointly by the Centre for Commercial Law Studies and the School of Economics and Finance. Students on this program follow LL.M. modules and other taught modules in accounting, economics, and finance.
Scholarship applications are due on June 1, 2012.
For more information about the scholarship, please visit the MSc Law and Finance bursary page.
For more information about the postgraduate law programs at QMUL, please visit the full LLM GUIDE directory listing.
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