New Scholarship for LL.M. Students at The University of Groningen

The scholarship is available to LL.M. applicants from within the EU

The Netherlands' University of Groningen has announced a new scholarship available to LL.M. applicants who come from within the EU.

The 500 EUR scholarship, called the EU Talent Grant Law, is open to students who are planning to study on one of the law faculty's English-language LL.M. programs.

These include the Master of Laws in Energy and Climate Law, the Master of Laws in European Economic Law and the Master of Laws in International Human Rights Law, among other programs.

The scholarship covers about 25 percent of the LL.M. tuition fees.

Applications for the grant are now open, and will run until May 1.

For more information, see the program website.


Image: Old warehouses along the Hoge der Aa canal in the city of Groningen, the Netherlands by Wenkbrauwalbatros CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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