The Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC) is delighted to offer Anamax Charitable foundation grants to study short course running from 1 October 2018 until 7 December 2018. This scholarship is available for students from developing countries.
The Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC) was established in 1993 to conduct human rights research in post-Soviet Russia and provide training to the judiciary and law enforcement agencies across the former territories.
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Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.
- Applications Deadline: August 12, 2018
- Course Level: This scholarship is available to study short course running from 1 October 2018 until 7 December 2018.
- Study Subject: The studentships are awarded to study International Human Rights Law.
- Scholarship Award: The Anamax Charitable foundation grants (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.
- Nationality: This scholarship is available for students from developing countries.
- Number of Scholarships: Up to two opportunities are available.
- Scholarship can be taken in the UK
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
Eligible Countries: This scholarship is available for students from developing countries.
Entrance Requirements: Applicants must meet the following criteria:
The bursaries 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.
English Language Requirements: The candidate should have a very good command of the English language. Therefore, the application should be written in English.
How to Apply: To apply, please send a copy of your CV and a 1,000-word statement detailing why you are applying for the short course and explain the work you will be undertaking in human rights upon your return home.