Least Developed Countries Scholarship

$20,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The LDC Scholarship was developed to encourage enrollment of students from Least Developed Countries. As defined by the United Nations, these are the poorest and most vulnerable countries in our international community. 48 countries are currently categorized as LDCs.

    Eligibility:
    -Proof of citizenship and primary residence in an LDC country
    -Statement of Intention describing what the scholarship recipient plans on accomplishing in their country after graduating from the LL.M. professional track
    -Scholarship application forms will be made available on the Admitted Students website for professional track students, and are due within one week of receiving an offer of admission. Award recipients will be notified before the deadline to confirm acceptance
    Recipients must maintain a minimum grade standard of "P" (pass) or higher in all classes during the first summer in order to maintain scholarship eligibility during the second summer

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • 510-642-1741

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