New Zealand ASEAN Scholars Awards for Students from Vietnam, Myanmar, Mongolia and Nepal
Masters - Law

Deadlines: 30 June 2012 - Vietnam 
                18 June 2012 - Myanmar
                31 May 2012 - Mongolia and Nepal

New Zealand ASEAN Scholars awards empower future leaders with the knowledge, skills and qualifications to make key contributions to economic, social and political development within ASEAN nations. 170 New Zealand ASEAN Scholars awards are allocated for eligible students from Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines, Vietnam, Mongolia and Nepal, to undertake postgraduate study at a tertiary institution in New Zealand.

Kent Law School Taught Masters Overseas Scholarships
Masters - Law

Deadline: 19th March 2012

Kent Law School offers a limited number of scholarships to students who are liable to pay overseas students’ fees. The scholarships are open to all overseas applicants on the LLM programmes offered at the Canterbury campus. The scholarships will provide tuition fees at the full overseas rate. For the academic year 2011/12, the overseas rate was £11,230. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence.

Vivian Wong Scholarship Fund for Chinese and Students from Hong Kong
Masters - Law

Deadline: 31 May 2012

The scholarship is open to full-time postgraduate students enrolling onto programmes at Kent Law School. Applicants should be either passport-holders of the People’s Republic of China or permanent residents of Hong Kong not currently registered on a postgraduate course at the University of Kent. Applicants should have received an offer of a place at the University of Kent for 2012 entry.

Tanzanian-German Centre for Postgraduate Studies in Law Scholarship Program
Masters - Law

Deadline: 15 April 2012

Applications are invited from candidates in East African Community (EAC) Partner States (i.e. Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda) for entry into a postgraduate study programme in law (LLM or PhD) offered by the Tanzanian-German Centre for Postgraduate Studies in Law. The scholarships cover university fees, the cost of living of 2,400/3,000 EUR per annum for Tanzanians/Non-Tanzanians and the cost of research up to a total of 500/3,000 EUR for LLM/PhD students. The LLM scholarship covers a period of one year, and the PhD scholarship a period of three years.

Commonwealth/Chevening Scholarships for African Human Rights Advocates
Masters - Law

Deadline: 30 March, 2012

Applications are being accepted for five new scholarships for human rights advocates from African Commonwealth countries to study for the part-time Master's in International Human Rights Law at the University of Oxford. The aim of the Master's programme is to train and support future leaders in the field of International Human Rights Law. The five scholarships provide fully-funded opportunities for the programme; the next intake will be September 2012. Applicants must be citizens of a developing African Commonwealth country, and will normally hold a law degree and or have extensive human-rights experience.

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