University of California Berkeley African Legal Impact LL.M Scholarship 2021/2022 for African Students
University of California Berkeley African Legal Impact LL.M Scholarship 2021/2022
Because funds are extremely limited, the African Legal Impact Scholarship can only be provided to two outstanding applicants each year.
- 1st November 2021 for option A (spring start)
- 18th December 2021 for option B (summer start)
Eligible Countries: African countries
To be taken at (country): University of California, Berkeley
Field of Study: Law
Eligibility: Scholarship awards are based on:
- Citizenship or primary residence in Africa
- Academic merit
- A Statement of Intention describing what the scholarship recipient plans on accomplishing in Africa after graduating from the LL.M. professional track
- Students must be admitted to the LL.M. professional track program before they can apply for this scholarship. Scholarship application instructions will be provided to eligible admitted students.
- Recipients must maintain a minimum grade standard of ‘P’ (pass) or higher in all classes during the first semester in order to maintain scholarship eligibility during the second semester.
Number of Awards: 2
Value of Award: This is a full-tuition waiver. Recipients will be responsible for paying only the $1,000 seat deposit, plus travel and living expenses.
Duration of Programme: 1 year
How to Apply: A complete application to the LL.M. executive track program received no later than:
- November 1st for option A (spring start)
- December 18th for option B (summer start)
- Transcripts and letters of recommendation should be sent to LSAC well in advance in order to allow time for processing.
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