Over £275K worth of funding available for London and Paris LL.M. programs

Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL) School of Law has announced over £275K worth of funding being offered to prospective LL.M. students for 2015. The funding opportunities include the following:
 
- Four full-tuition fee waivers for the London LL.M. program for overseas students, and six waivers for Home/EU students for full-time study
 
- Two joint Chevening/QMUL LL.M. scholarships which will cover full-tuition fee waivers, along with a monthly stipend and one return flight to overseas students from underrepresented countries.
 
- Two partial scholarships for the Paris LL.M. program – one for the January intake, and the other for the September intake – open to all full- and part-time students of all nationalities worth £5,000 each.
 
- Three half-tuition waivers offered by the QMUL Centre for Commercial Law Studies and the School of Economics and Finance for the joint LL.M. in Law and Economics, and four partial fee waivers worth 1/3 of the tuition fee for the MSc Law and Finance program – both are open to all nationalities for full-time study
 
For more details and deadlines please visit the QMUL Postgraduate Law funding website.

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