Scholarships for Italian Nationals at the European Law & Governance School
- 100% tuition fee i.e. 11800 €
- Deadline: August 31, 2017
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Italian Republic has offered 7 Scholarships for Italian Nationals for the European Law and Governance School Postgraduate Programs covering one-year tuition fees for the academic year 2017/18 (classes start on October 16, 2017): 1. LLM in EU Law: a one-year taught degree program that offers students an in-depth look at key issues of European Union law. Prospective students with a first degree in law or a relevant degree in the field of the social sciences may apply. 2. MA in Governance: a one-year taught degree program that offers students an in-depth look at key issues of Governance, and enables students to choose from a variety of elective courses addressing the most pressing themes being discussed throughout Europe. Prospective students with a first degree in law or a relevant degree in the field of the social sciences may apply. 3. Master of Studies (research degree) a 1-year degree program which enables students to conduct independent research in the fields of Legal Research, Governance Studies, or on an interdisciplinary topic. Successful applicants will be assigned a supervisor, based upon their academic interests, from the renown International Faculty Network of the ELGS. Full time residency is not a requirement for this degree, but students will be required to attend several training sessions throughout the program which will be held at the EPLO premises in Greece.
Academic RequirementsStudents from all over the world are admitted following a rigorous application process. Prospective students for the LLM, the MA, or the MSt should have a first or second class undergraduate degree in law, political sciences, or a relevant field of studies, or another Master’s degree in a relevant field. High caliber students with a background in a different field of studies or a particularly competitive profile with evidence of relevant professional experience and long-term dedication to the field will also be considered. Due to the international nature of the program, degree equivalencies will be determined by the Faculty Board.Language RequirementsAll courses of the program will be taught in the English language. As a result, students originating from non-English speaking countries must evidence their level of English language skills in accordance with the following:TOEFL Internet based, 90Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency, BAny other internationally recognized test with equivalent marksStudents intending to study at a partner institution for their second semester must clearly demonstrate their ability to attend courses in the relevant language of instruction at the host university they are interested in attending.
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Application Process for the LLM, MA At a glance, the application must include:Completed online Application Form in English (please refer to each degree page at www.elgs.eu )Photograph (scanned and uploaded)Most Recent Academic Record (scanned and uploaded)Certificate of Proficiency of English (if non-native speaker, scanned and uploaded)Law Degree or other Degree (if applicable, scanned and uploaded)Personal Statement (400-600 words)Scholarship Statement (400-600 words, if applicable)Two Reference Letters (Using supplied form and sent directly from Referee to the relevant program email)Thesis Proposal (350 words)Two Academic Writing Samples (uploaded)Application Process for the MSt
At a glance, the application must include:
Completed online Application Form in English (please refer to each degree page)Photograph (scanned and uploaded)Application Fee of 50€Most Recent Academic Record (scanned and uploaded)Proof of English language skills if not native English speaker (TOEFL 90, Cambridge Proficiency grade B)Proof of proficiency of language that thesis will be written in, if not native speakerPersonal Statement 400-600 wordsScholarship Request 400-600 wordsThree Reference Letters (if employed, one must be from current employer)Research Proposal 1,500 wordsThree Academic Writing Samples on relevant topic (Master’s thesis accepted)
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