The University College London (UCL), Faculty of Laws has recently announced a number of new scholarships for prospective LLM (Master of Laws) students. More than than ten of these new LLM Scholarships will be available for the 2019-2020 academic year. From the UCL Laws announcement: The scholarships will fall into three categories: UCL Laws – Dean’s Scholarships: at least 6 awards which are designed to make our LLM accessible to UK-domiciled students…read more →
Please check out our new, continuously updated and expanded collection of LL.M. scholarships and other LL.M. funding instruments for international students. We hope you will find this to be a useful resource. If you offer any LL.M. scholarships, grants, bursaries, etc. and would like us to add them to the list, or if you have any other suggestions or comments concerning the funding of Master of Laws or graduate legal studies,…read more →
LL.M. programs are, without a doubt, expensive. For students interested in pursuing an LL.M. in the U.S., one of the most effective (and prestigious) ways of reducing the costs of the program is by way of a Fulbright scholarship (or Fulbright award). Each year the Fulbright Foreign Student Program awards almost 4000 scholarships for study at American universities to students from over 155 different countries. The amounts of the awards…read more →
Aspiring human rights lawyers should take note of Columbia University’s Human Rights LL.M. Fellowship Program, which has just been announced for the 2015-16 academic year. The Fellowship supports students who demonstrate exceptional commitment and potential to use their education to become leaders in human rights practice or academia by offering them full or partial tuition waivers and, in some cases, a stipend for costs. Human Rights LL.M. Fellows receive mentoring from…read more →
This post comes to us from Markus Duram at Brain Capital GmbH, Vallendar, Germany. New financing concept for German LL.M. students with income-dependent repayments The LL.M. Education Fund offers students from Germany a new option to finance their LL.M. studies abroad. The fund covers the tuition fees for the LL.M. program and – if required – living expenses. Total funding of up to €50.000 can be provided (exceptions with higher funding…read more →
Apply now for Global and US LL.M. Study Bursaries each worth £500. LLM Study is offering one bursary for students enrolling on a Master of Laws degree anywhere in the world, and an additional bursary for students enrolling on a Master of Laws degree in the United States. The deadline for this LL.M. funding opportunity is August 18, 2013. Full details are available here.