The University of Groningen Offers 18 €500 Scholarships to LLM Students
University of Groningen Faculty of Law is offering its LLM students 18 EU Talent Grant Law scholarships amounting to €500 each. This scholarship is open only to student from the EU. This means that the student should come from any of these countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
The scholarship is open to LLM students taking any of the following LLM programs from the Faculty of Law:
- LLM in Energy and Climate Law
- LLM in International Human Rights Law
- LLM in European Economic Law
- LLM in Public International Law
- LLM in International Commercial Law
- LLM in International Business Law
- LLM in Global Criminal Law
To be eligible to apply, the EU student must first be admitted to any of the foregoing LLM programs. Eighteen (18) talented LLM candidates will be awarded a one-time €500 grant if chosen. Application forms can be downloaded from the Faculty of Law's website and submitted along with a motivation letter on or before the deadline of 1 May 2018.
Besides the EU Talent Grant Law scholarships, the University of Groningen also offers the Holland Scholarship, which is worth €5,00o. The chosen student can use this for his living expenses while studying in The Netherlands. Unlike the EU Talent Grant Law, the Holland Scholarship is open not only to LLM students but also other Master's applicants. One of the important criteria for the Holland Scholarship is a letter of admission offer from the University of Groningen from the long list of programs including the following:
- LLM in European Law (track European Market Law)
- LLM in Criminal Law & Criminology (track Global Criminal Law)
- LLM in International & European Law (track Energy and Climate Law)
- LLM in International Economic & Business Law (track International Business Law)
- LLM in International & Comparative Private Law (track International Commercial Law)
- LLM in International Law & the Law of International Organizations (track Public International Law)
- LLM in International Law & the Law of International Organizations (track International Human Rights Law)
The Holland Scholarship is offered only to incoming Master's international students not belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA).