Three merit-based tuition plus living stipend scholarships

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Faculty of Law has announced it will award three LL.M. scholarships  for the 2014-15 academic, each worth HK$185,840, covering the basic tuition fee of HK$105,840 and a living stipend of HK$80,000.

The scholarship will be awarded based on academic merit, assessed on the basis of the applicant’s application materials for admission.  

The LL.M. program application deadlines are February 28 (1st round) and April 11, 2014 (2nd round).

For further information about admission and the scholarship scheme, please visit the CUHK Faculty of Law website, or visit their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.

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