Leiden University is offering the Children’s Rights funding for students from Ethiopia, Kenya, and Malawi who have the plan to study for a Master of Laws degree in the Netherlands.
The program provides an advanced study of the field of children’s rights and pays particular attention to its intersections with diverse fields of law.
Excellent opportunity for international students to study in the Netherlands.
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Established in 1575, Leiden University is the oldest institution of higher education in the Netherlands. It has seven academic faculties and over fifty subject departments. There are various degree programs for students. They can choose from a range of undergraduate and graduate programs.
Why study at Leiden University? The university is giving students opportunities to gain practical skills and graduate career-ready. It also offers friendly tuition fees, a diverse range of English-language programs, and great student life.
Application Deadline: March 1, 2021
- University: Leiden University
- Department: NA
- Course Level: Masters
- Award: € 35000
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: NA
- Nationality: Ethiopia, Kenya and Malawi students
- The award can be taken in the Netherlands
- Eligible Countries: Nationals of Ethiopia, Kenya, and Malawi
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: Master of Laws advanced studies program in International Children’s Rights.
- Admissible Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:
- Lack of financial means to follow the study program without the assistance of a scholarship.
- Students must have a full degree in law offering access to legal practice in the country where it was obtained, or an equivalent degree from a recognized university/law school.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: If you would like to apply to this programme please take admission in Children’s Rights at Leiden University. After being enrolled, the applicant should submit an online application for admission to the Master of Laws. After submitting your online application, send an e-mail to the programme coordinator via [email protected]
- Supporting Documents: Two letters of recommendation, evidence of excellent academic performance, a copy of a valid passport or ID card, a copy of a Dutch residence permit (if applicable), CV, Language proficiency (if applicable) & copies of diplomas and transcripts and documented evidence of relevant (work) experience must be submitted.
- Admission Requirements: Applicants must have a full degree in law offering access to legal practice in the country where it was obtained, or an equivalent degree from a recognized university/law school or a degree at an equivalent level in a relevant discipline with a sufficient background in law
- Language Requirement You should check all the English language requirements when you come to study at Leiden University.
The university will provide award amounts to up to € 35000, which will cover full participation costs (tuition fee, travel, living and accommodation costs).