The Edinburgh Tercentenary Awards for Excellence is an award for postgraduate study full-time for one of the Law LLM or MSc degree programmes in University of Edinburgh. The scholarship is available to citizens of all countries. The award is worth £2,000 to be used for tuition fee.
||Level: Postgraduate, Masters|||Institution(s): University of Edinburgh, Scotland|
||Location: UK,|||Field(s): Law|
||Target: All|||Deadline(s): 30 April, 2017|
The Edinburgh Tercentenary Awards for Excellent covers five scholarships which are available for postgraduate students studying any of the full-time Law LLM or MSc programmes offered in the school for 2017/2018 academic year. For complete list of courses, please see the Taught LLM/MSc webpage.
Qualified students are invited to apply for the awards. The University of Edinburgh is in Scotland’s capital city and is often voted one of the best places to study in the UK.
The award is open to all suitably qualified applicants who have submitted a complete application for admission (including supporting documents) to the relevant postgraduate programme in the School by the closing date.
Any applicant studying full-time for any LLM or MSc degree programmes within the School of Law.
How to apply for the Edinburgh Tercentenary Awards for Excellent
Applications for this award should be made in parallel with the admission application for any LLM or MSc degree programme in the School of Law. The Tercentenary Award for Excellence Scholarship application can be found on the School of Law website.
Registration requires a valid university of Edinburgh e-mail address, so you should have applied for study at Edinburgh Law School before using the application tool.
After you have applied you will receive an email notification to confirm receipt of your application form. You will not receive any further communications until the deadline for the scholarship has passed and all the applications have been assessed.