Application Deadline: final applications to be received by UCL on Friday 20th January 2017
University College, London is offering scholarships for Masters in Law for students from Africa and Developing countries, 2017/2018 academic session.
Brief description: University College, London is offering a number of scholarships for Masters in Law in which outstanding students from Africa and developing countries can apply to for the 2017/2018 academic session.
Offered annually? Yes
Eligible Countries: African and other developing countries
To be taken at (country): London, England
Eligible Field of Study: Law and related fields
About the Award
New funding opportunities will be added here as they are confirmed so you may wish to check back occasionally to see whether new scholarships have been added.
The Faculty currently offers the following scholarships for the LLM, to African and other overseas candidates:
- Five Bentham Scholarships
- The Master of the Rolls Scholarship for Commonwealth Students
- The John Carr Scholarship for students from Africa and the Caribbean
Eligibility: The Scholarships will be based upon academic merit
Number of Awardees: Not stated
Value of Scholarship: The value of each of these scholarships is £5,000.
Duration of Scholarship: Duration of candidate’s course
How to Apply
There is no application for the scholarships. Applicants will be automatically considered for the scholarships that they are eligible for if they are offered a place on the LLM. The Scholarships will be evaluated using the application submitted for the LLM programme.
Award Provider: University College, London.
Important Notes: Please note that the application will not be considered complete if you apply online by Friday 20th January 2017 but it is still pending one or both references.