Master’s in International Human Rights Law – Scholarships Available

by | Oct 11, 2014

The Oxford Department for Continuing Education is pleased to announce that admissions for the Master’s in International Human Rights Law are now open for the course starting September 2015.

This part-time degree – involving online distance learning and two summer residentials held at New College, Oxford – is designed for lawyers and other human rights advocates who wish to pursue advanced studies in international human rights law alongside work or other responsibilities.

Alongside various University-wide scholarships, the Department for Continuing Education is pleased to be able to offer two schemes specifically for students on this course: the Brunsfield Oxford ASEAN Human Rights Scholarship (for students from selected ASEAN countries) and the Santander Human Rights Scholarships (for students from Santander’s Network countries including China, Russia and selected South American countries). Please note that in order to be considered for any of the University’s scholarships, you must apply by the second of the three deadlines (23 January 2015).  If you would like a flyer for either of these schemes to forward to friends or colleagues from those regions, please let us know.

For further information about the course, including selection criteria, funding and how to apply, please visit the Department for Continuing Education’s website at www.conted.ox.ac.uk/ihrlmst.

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  1. aline crawford

    Santander Human Rights Scholarships – Please can you send me a flyer for the scheme mentioned in order to apply prior to deadline in January 2015.

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