Jan. 22, 2010
QMUL School of Law announces LLM scholarships
The School of Law, comprising the Department of Law (Dept) and the Centre for Commercial Studies (CCLS), has just announced the following LLM scholarships.
Four Department of Law scholarships available for Home/EU students and two for Non-EU students pursuing course work in:
- Environmental Law
- European Law
- Public Law
- Public International Law
- Medical Law
- Legal Theory and History
- Human Rights Law
- Competition Law
- Law and Development
Students who wish to take a general LLM must choose any three modules from the areas mentioned above to qualify for the Department scholarship.
Centre for Commercial Law Studies
Three available for Home/EU students and three for non-EU students wishing to take any three commercial law subjects under a General LLM or who wish to specialise in the following:
- Commercial and Corporate Law
- Banking and Finance Law
- Tax Law
- Comparative and International Dispute Resolution
- Computer and Communications Law
- Economic Regulation
- Intellectual Property Law
- International Business Law
In addition, the School of Law will be offering six partial scholarships worth up to £2,000 for international students from:
- the African continent
- South America
Opportunities in Law Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need. Unlike other School of Law Scholarships, Opportunities in Law Scholarships are not dependent upon students completing a particular course of study while on the LLM.
Deadline for both Programmes: Friday 14 May 2010.
Further details on how to apply and important guidelines on criteria can be found on the Queen Mary School of Law website.