For entry in September 2014
Kent Law School offers a number of scholarships to students who are liable to pay overseas students? fees. The scholarships are open to all overseas applicants on the Kent LLM at the Canterbury campus.
Scholarships will provide either tuition fees at the full overseas rate (?12,030 in 2013/14) along with living expenses (equivalent to ?13,726 in 2013/14) or tuition fees at the full overseas rate.
The closing date for applications is Monday 17 March 2014.
Applicants must have submitted a separate application for study on the Kent LLM at the Kent Law School in Canterbury to be considered for an Overseas Scholarship.
The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence.
Where candidates are rated equivalent in terms of academic excellence, their financial circumstances will (if possible) be taken into account in deciding on an award.
The number of scholarships will be at the discretion of the Law School.
Applicants should apply for the award of the scholarship as outlined below.
In order to take up a scholarship, it will be necessary for an applicant to meet all of the conditions specified in their offer of a place on the Kent LLM.
Scholarships may not be deferred.
Applicants who are unsuccessful, or who are unable to take up the offer of a scholarship, may apply for funding in subsequent years.
Any scholarship offered must be firmly accepted within one month of date of offer.
Students who are successful in the application will be considered Kent LLM Scholars and will have the opportunity to act as LLM Ambassadors.
Information to be provided by applicants
An application should make a case for the award of the scholarship to the applicant. The case for the award of a scholarship should be between 1000 and 1500 words. The case for the award should:
Describe the applicant’s academic achievements and performance in university studies.
Discuss the applicant’s reasons for wishing to study for the Kent LLM.
Outline the applicant’s financial circumstances, indicating in particular whether the scholarship will make a difference to the feasibility of studying at the University of Kent. All applicants are required to indicate how they intend to pay for living expenses and all other costs during their postgraduate studies.
Further, students are asked to submit one piece of academic writing. This could be either a piece of coursework previously submitted for assessment at a previous institution, or it could be a 2,000 word essay written for this application on a topic of the applicant?s choosing.
How to Apply
Candidates must apply for a place to study on the Kent LLM at the University through the online process.
Candidates must also complete a KLS PG Funding Application form which should be emailed to [email protected] along with the letter making a case for the award and their writing sample.
For further information and the application form please click on the Apply button below or see the following link: