Full Scholarship for New Law Programme at Swansea University

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Full Scholarship for New Law Programme at Swansea University

28 June 2019

Swansea University is offering the first ever global Hillary Rodham Clinton Scholarship programme. This is a fully funded scholarship for a one year postgraduate law programme at Swansea University. According to Swansea University, “the scholarships will support the next generation of leaders committed to addressing urgent global challenges, including the rights and protection of children online, the climate crisis and cyber security”.

At the launch of the new postgraduate law programme- MA Global Challenges: Law, Policy and Practice, Secretary Clinton said, “The programme is a modern, flexible approach which combines the rigour of academic excellence with practical, real world impact. These scholars will embody our shared values of working together across disciplines and geographic boundaries to improve conditions and opportunities for all, and especially for women, children, the marginalised and the disenfranchised.

Students accepted onto this master’s programme, will receive a scholarship reward covering the full tuition fee as well as a stipend of £15,000 which will contribute towards the living costs. Applications for this course will close on 24th July 2019. 

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