University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Fellowships (Short Course) 2019 for Students from Developing Countries
The Human Rights Law Centre of the University of Nottingham is pleased to announce two scholarships for our International Human Rights Law Short Course running from 28 January 2019 until 5 April 2019.
Application Deadline: 16th November 2018.
Eligible Countries: Developing Countries
To Be Taken At (Country): University of Nottingham, UK
About the Award: A Chemistry graduate of the University of Nottingham and his wife, a lawyer, have established scholarships to assist overseas students in International Human Rights Law.
Type: Short Courses, Fellowship
Eligibility: The scholarships are to be awarded to candidates from developing countries in which increased awareness of human rights can be seen to be needed and who would return home to work in human rights.
Number of Awards: 2
Value of Award: The Anamax Charitable Foundation Scholarships (up to the value of £2,750) will cover:
- Travel to/from Nottingham to attend the course (inc. airfare, airport transfers)
- Accommodation for the ten weeks of the course, inclusive of all related taxes and bills.
HRLC will support the scholarships by offering a bursary to cover the course fee (up to the value of £2,950). The scholarships will be awarded subject to applicants satisfying UK immigration rules and obtaining, if necessary, a short-term study visa (at their own expense), with the support of HRLC. Successful applicants will also be responsible for their own travel/health insurance and day-to-day living expenses (food, local travel, etc.).
Duration of Programme: 10 weeks (28 January 2019 until 5 April 2019).
How to Apply: To apply, please send a copy of your CV and a 1,000 word statement (both in English) detailing why you are applying for the short course, explain the work you do and how attendance of the short course will enable you to perform your role better.
Please send your application and any queries to email@example.com.
Award Providers: Anamax Charitable Foundation, Human Rights Law Centre of the University of Nottingham