Applications are invited for Erasmus School of Law Partial Tuition Waivers in Netherlands. Application is open for non-EU/EEA countries to pursue Masters in Law for 2018-19 academic year.

The aim of this scholarships is to encourage and support academically able and talented students.

Deadline : 1 May 2018
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Providers :

Erasmus School of Law

Course Level : LLM programmes
Field of Study : International and European Public, Commercial Law, Commercial and Company Law, Maritime and Transport Law and International Trade Law.

Benefits for Erasmus School of Law Partial Tuition Waivers :

Prospective Master students from non-EU/EEA countries with highly qualified legal skills are eligible for a ESL/EUR partial tuition waiver of about 80% of the tuition fee.
Number of Scholarships: For the LL.M. in International and European Public Law 1 waiver is available. For the LL.M. in Commercial Law, 3 waivers are available: one for the specialisation in Commercial and Company Law, one for the specialisation in Maritime and Transport Law and one for the specialisation in International Trade Law.
Scholarship can be taken in the Netherlands

Eligibility for Erasmus School of Law Partial Tuition Waivers :

Eligible Countries: Students from non-EU/EEA countries are eligible to apply.

Entrance Requirements:

  • In order to qualify for this waiver, students need to prove their excellent academic legal skills by the grades obtained during their Bachelor of Law. Excellence for prospective students is proven if the average grade for the Bachelor courses completed so far is at least 8.0/10 (or equivalent).
  • In addition to their excellent academic legal skills, prospective students need to write a motivation letter in which they indicate why they would like to study at ESL and in which programme they are interested. The students applying for this waiver need to outline as well what their plans are after completing the LL.M. (intended career path).

English Language Requirements: The candidate should have a very good command over the English language. Therefore, the application should be written in English.

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