The LEG International Talent Scholarship (LEG ITS) programme offers a number of highly talented prospective students the opportunity to pursue a degree in one of the English taught Master’s programmes of the Graduate School of Law, Economics and Governance.
Application Deadline: 1st February 2020
Eligible Countries: International (non EU/EEA)
To be taken at (country): The Netherlands
About the Award: With this highly selective scholarship programme the Faculty wants to contribute and invest in talented international students who have shown the highest achievement in their career so far. This can be based on their academic quality and results from preceding education or from student’s societal engagement or career vision. Approximately 15 scholarships are awarded per year.
Eligibility: Eligible candidates are selected for a scholarship on the basis of the following criteria:
In order to be awarded this scholarship students should:
Failure to meet one or more of these criteria automatically means the student is not eligible for this scholarship.
Number of Awards: Approximately 15 scholarships are awarded per year.
Value of Award: With the scholarship students will be able to cover the costs of the tuition fee and part of the living expenses.
Duration of Programme: In a 2-year’s Master’s programme the scholarship will only be renewed for the second year if the student is making satisfactory progress towards the degree.
How to Apply: Students who apply for a UES will be automatically considered students who apply for a UES-LEGITS. Students who are not eligible for a UES (e.g. because they hold a EU/EEA citizenship) may be eligible for a UES-LEGITS.
After submitting an application for the Master’s programme, students will have the option to submit an application for an Utrecht Excellence Scholarship from the 1st of November.
You will not be informed whether you have been awarded the scholarship prior to the scholarship deadline and not before you have been (un)conditionally admitted to the programme.
Applications arriving after the 1 February deadline will not be considered for a scholarship in the Master’s programme that starts the next academic year.
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