Open to: applicants with a degree in law or a degree with a substantial law content
The School of Law, Queen Mary, The University of London offers a suite of 18 LLM programmes of study, each leading to the award of a University of London LLM degree.
For 2010-2011 the School of Law will be offering a number of full scholarships to applicants for its full-time taught LLM programmes. There are 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
The applicants for scholarship must have an offer of study in place before they apply for LLM funding.
The usual qualification for entry to the LLM programme is a degree in law, or a degree with a substantial law content, normally of at least upper-second class honours (or equivalent). For more detailed info about entry requirements click here.
The applicants are required to submit the following documents:
1. a completed LLM scholarship application form;
2. a covering letter (approximately 500 words) explaining why you should be considered, detailing your academic accomplishments and your financial need;
3. a separate Personal Statement in answer to the question below.
All scholarship questions, application forms and supporting documentation should be directed to Ms P Stavrinou at: [email protected]
The closing date for the receipt of Scholarship applications is Friday 14 May 2010.