Deakin University Offers Scholarship to Indian LLM Students
A Master of Laws (LLM) scholarship is being made available by Deakin University School of Law for Indian students admitted to an LLM program for academic year 2018-19. The LLM scholarship is offered to motivate and encourage law graduates from India to pursue a postgraduate education in law. It will be awarded to deserving Indian students in need of financial aid.
Currently, Deakin University School of Law offers the following LLM programs:
- General Master of Laws (LLM)
- Master of Accounting and Law (MAL)
- Master of Legal Studies in Public Health
- Master of Legal Studies in Human Rights
- Master of Legal Studies in International Relations
To be eligible, applicants must be citizens of India living in Australia or India, have completed a Bachelor of Laws degree or its equivalent, have applied for a full-time LLM program at Deakin, and are English proficient. To get more information about the LLM scholarship and to apply, interested applicants should visit the School of Law's website. They may also visit Deakin's office in India to get further information. Deakin University is the first foreign university worldwide to set up an office in India in 1996.
Applicants must first register on the website, login using the username and password, fill in the form and upload all required documents. Once these are completed, the applicant can then submit the application form online with the attached requirements. Application to the LLM scholarship can only be done this way and no other separate process will be available. Once the form is submitted, the applicant will be considered for scholarship.