One 10K tuition award and internship opportunity will be available each year

The Institute of Law and Finance (ILF) in Frankfurt, Germany has announced the Georgieff Capital scholarship available to incoming students to the school's LL.M. Finance program. One tuition scholarship of EUR 10,000 is available each year. The award also includes a three-month internship at Georgieff Capital in Königstein near Frankfurt.

According to the ILF, successful scholarship candidates must demonstrate a strong academic record, be fluent in English, and must also have a good command of the German language (written and spoken). Their particular interest in corporate finance, including mergers & acquisitions, should be supported by their previous studies of economics, finance and/or corporate law, including a letter of recommendation from their course tutor/professor. They will already have gained some relevant professional work, research or internship experience, have acquired basic accounting and financial modelling skills.

Interested prospective students should declare their interest in their scholarship along with their application to the program by March 31, 2013.

For more information, please visit the ILF website or their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.

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