Law and Criminology Master's Scholarships at Swansea University: Inspiring Futures Scholarships 2018

  • Master
  • ¬£3,000
  • 30 June 2018

Closing dates:
International students- 15 April 2018Home / EU students- 30 June 2018
The Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law, Swansea University, provides a progressive learning environment, as well as a personalised study experience and exceptional educational support for its students. The School is offering scholarships worth £3,000 each to those studying on the following taught master's programme (excluding LPC and GDL courses), commencing in Autumn 2018:
Applied Criminal Justice and Criminology, MAHuman Rights, LLMIntellectual Property and Commercial Practice, LLMInternational Commercial and Maritime Law, LLMInternational Commercial Law, LLMInternational Maritime Law, LLMInternational Trade Law, LLMLegal Practice and Advanced Drafting, LLMOil, Gas and Renewable Energy Law, LLM
In addition to the financial contribution, scholarship recipients will benefit from opportunities to gain career-enhancing skills. Recipients will be encouraged to:
Work with the School’s marketing team to help promote the scholarships and School of Law;Join one of the student societies linked to the School, or to become a course representative for their degree programme;Contribute to the development and running of the School’s Graduate Centre.


The scholarships are available to students of any nationality who hold an offer to study on an eligible taught master's programme (excluding LPC and GDL courses) at the Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law, starting in Autumn 2018.


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Each scholarship is worth £3,000 and will be deducted from the cost of tuition fees.
The scholarship cannot be transferred to another intake if you defer entry.


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