Berkeley Law LLM Scholarship for Students of Least Developed Countries Scholarship, USA

  • Target: The citizens of Least Developed Countries
  • Benefits: $20,000
  • Level and Discipline: Master degree in law field (LLM Program)
  • Host Institution: UC BERKELEY SCHOOL OF LAW – USA
  • Deadline: 15 December every year

Berkeley Law University of California is offering a number of LLM Scholarships for students from Least Developed Countries. The LDC qualification is designed the United Nation. Students will be selected based on their academic merit.

Award Value
Successful applicants will receive benefit of $20,000.

Level and Area of Studies
Master degree in law disciplines (LLM)

Place of Study
The study will be taken in the United States of America.

Eligibility and Criteria

  • Scholarship awards are based on academic merit and citizenship or primary residence in an LDC country.
  • All eligible admitted applicants will be considered, and no application is necessary. Award decisions will be emailed to the email address listed in the recipient’s application form.
  • Recipients must maintain a minimum grade standard of ‘P’ (pass) or higher in all classes during the first semester in order to maintain scholarship eligibility during the second semester, and hybrid option students during the second semester to maintain scholarship eligibility during the third semester.

Applicants’ Nationality
The citizens Least Developed Countries according UN list are welcome to apply.

Website and Application Link

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