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UK’s University of Southampton Law School offers exciting scholarship to Indian post graduate applicants


The University of Southampton Law School is offering 30% scholarships to Indian students on its post graduate LLM programmes starting in September 2013. The Southampton Law School is one of the leading law schools in the UK with a worldwide reputation for excellence in education and research, and its programmes are recognised by the Bar Council of India. Gaining its momentum through its excellent facilities, the school is outstanding in having thorough and well organised academic and personal, legal and employability skills programmes.


To avail the scholarships, students must exceed the minimum entry requirements by 5% in the LLB. The courses available for the scholarships are LLM Corporate and Commercial Law (1 year), LLM European and Comparative Property Law (1 year), LLM European Law (1 year), LLM Law (1 year), LLM Information Technology and Commerce (1 year), LLM International Business Law (1 year), LLM International Law (1 year) and LLM Maritime Law (1 year).


Further, students applying for the scholarships must either be holding an LLB degree from a good law school in India with a minimum of 50% or a recognised Law degree from other countries. The University is offering 5 scholarships each of £4000 for the MSc Crime Analysis as well as MSc/LLM Socio-Legal Studies to those students who exceed the minimum entry requirements by 5%. English language requirements are at IELTS 7.0 with no less than 6.0 in any component. The annual fee for all campus based MSc and LLM courses are £13,500 and for the (DL) LLM IT and Telecoms Law are £1750 per unit plus £1000 for the dissertation, making a total of £8000. The programme commences in September 2013 and the deadline to apply is May 2013.


Further information about the scholarships and Southampton Law School can be found at:http://db.tt/XOfCsRRr or http://www.southampton.ac.uk/law. Further enquiries can be sent toglobal@southampton.ac.uk

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