Feb. 5, 2013
Master of Laws scholarships announced!
The College of Law and the International Bar Association are collaborating to offer LLM students four scholarships worth £2,500 each for the second year running. This money is to be put towards the tuition fees for the College of Law’s full-time Master of Laws program in International Legal Practice starting in September 2013. This LLM program can be studied at the College of Law’s London Moorgate centre and the Manchester centre.
Deputy Executive Director of the IBA, Tim Hughes, says, “The practical advantages of this LLM, in being tutored on how to conduct real cross-border transactions, will broaden the skills of any aspiring young lawyer, and we are delighted to once again be able to broaden access to it through offering these scholarships.”
To qualify for one of these scholarships, students need to have accepted a place on the September program by Friday 19th July.
Click here to find out more about how to apply for one of these scholarships.
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