University of Kent Offering Scholarships for LL.M. Students from Kenya, Nigeria and Thailand

The Kent LL.M. Student Awards provide a tuition fee discount to international students from these countries planning to study at the Canterbury campus

The University of Kent Law School has established a new fund to support students from Kenya, Nigeria or Thailand who wish to undertake their LL.M. at Kent's Canterbury campus.

Each award is worth £2,500, offered as a tuition fee discount.

To be eligible, students must meet all the eligibility requirements for undertaking an LL.M., and either be a nation of, or have studied in Kenya, Nigeria or Thailand.

The award is automatically provided to eligible entrants and there is no formal deadline to apply.

To find out more and apply for this award, visit the award website.


Image: Hever Castle, Kent by Bert Kaufmann CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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