QMUL and Norton Rose Fulbright Launch New Scholarship Program

Scheme includes an internship and is aimed at candidates of the school's LL.M. in Energy and Natural Resources Law

The Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has announced the launch of a new scholarship and internship program which is offered in partnership with Norton Rose Fulbright LLP.

The program is aimed at candidates for QMUL's LL.M. in Energy and Natural Resources Law. Successful applicants will receive a full-tuition scholarship and will participate in a two-week long internship at Norton Rose Fulbright.

In addition to covering the program's tuition, the scholarship will also take care of reasonable travel and living expenses associated with the internship. Additionally, necessary work visas will be arranged on the applicant's behalf by Norton Rose Fulbright.

Norton Rose Fulbright has some 800 energy attorneys global and works in a variety of energy sectors, including oil and gas, nuclear, and renewables, among others.

Two scholarship/internship packages are available for 2015. The program is open to both domestic and international students, for full-time study only.

To apply, candidates must fill out an application package and submit it no later than 16:00 BST on April 30th. Please keep in mind that to be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must have already applied to the LL.M. program by April 17th.

For more information, please see QMUL's recent press release announcing the launch of the new energy scholarship. Read more about QMUL on the school's full profile at LLM Guide.


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