George Washington University-Oxford Summer School in International Human Rights Law

by | Feb 9, 2016

We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2016 Summer School in International Human Rights Law held at New College, Oxford and would be grateful for your help in disseminating this information as widely as you can. 
Information about the 2016 programme can be found on our website at www.conted.ox.ac.uk/ihrlss with admissions information at www.conted.ox.ac.uk/ihrlss/admissions (though please note that North American applicants will need to request application materials from, and apply to the programme through, the George Washington University Law School with whom the programme is jointly run).
 
 This year we are pleased to announce that Santander Bank are generously providing three partial Scholarships of £5000 for participants who are ordinarily resident in one of Santander’s ‘Network Countries’: Argentina, Brazil, Belgium, Chile, China, Colombia, Germany, Ghana, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Uruguay, UAE, UK, USA. There is no separate application form for these awards; all students who meet the requirements (please see here) will be considered. However, students may wish to address the criteria in their personal statements.
 
The closing date for applications is 1 April 2016 but early application is advised as applications are reviewed on receipt and some courses fill very quickly.

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