University of Sheffield International LLM Scholarships for International Students:
To encourage the pursuit of a career in Law, the University of Sheffield has established a scholarship scheme for international students to study in the UK. This is an amazing opportunity for international students who hold an offer letter from the university to pursue a LLM postgraduate program at the university. International students from all over the world are eligible and encouraged to apply.
The University of Sheffield is a public research university in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, that was established in 1905. It is among the top 10 UK universities for research grant funding, and it has risen to the top of the UK for engineering research income and expenditure.
Students can improve their knowledge of the legal system and gain qualifications for global legal practice while studying under very professional tutors. LLM is also extremely beneficial if students want to go into teaching law.
Successful scholars will receive an amount of £4,000.
- Degree transcripts and certificate.
- Academic references.
- A supporting statement (including a research proposal where relevant).
- Curriculum vitae (CV)/Resume.
- Applicants of all nationalities are eligible.
- Eligible Course or Subjects: Postgraduate degree includes LLM, LLM Corporate and Commercial Law, and LLM International Law and Global Justice pathways.
- Candidates must be overseas students for fee purposes.
- Applicants must have an academic offer from the university to study the full-time LLM (includes Sheffield LLM, LLM Corporate and Commercial Law, and LLM International Law and Global Justice pathways).
- Admission Requirement: Aspirants must hold a degree certificate with remarkable results.
- Language Requirement: As part of the university’s English language requirements, applicants may be required to take an internationally recognized English language test such as an IELTS.
June 11, 2021.
Interested applicants should visit the official link below for more information and apply: