Established in 1976, The University of Strathclyde is Glasgow's second oldest university and the UK's first technological university. Its Law School offers several LLM programs, one of which is the LLM in International Commercial Law. The other LLM programs are as follows:
- LLM in Law
- LLM in Construction Law
- LLM in Human Rights Law
- LLM in Global Environment Law and Governance
- LLM in Criminal Justice and Penal Change
For the academic year 2018/19, the University provides the Strathclyde Prestige Award for Excellence in International Commercial Law. This is a merit-based scholarship of £5,000 offered to international full-time students admitted to the LLM program starting September 2018. One scholarship will be awarded this year. Applications for the award are ongoing and will be accepted until the deadline of 31 May 2018.
To be eligible to the scholarship, the applicant must be an international student who received an offer from the Law School for admission to the LLM in International Commercial Law starting September 2018. The LLM program must be taken full-time. A proof of English proficiency should likewise be provided though their TOEFL or IELTS scores.
The candidate should also be a holder of a prior first degree and belongs to the 1st class or upper 2nd class honors, or its equivalent. The applicant must also provide a 300-word essay demonstrating his/her capability of contributing to the field of international commercial. Interested LLM candidates must complete their applications online through the University of Strathclyde Law School website.