The University of California, Los Angeles School of Law (UCLA Law) and Sonke Gender Justice Network (Sonke) is offering scholarship opportunities to Africans who are willing to pursue a degree program in South Africa.
The Fellowship offers a full-tuition grant to enroll in UCLA Lawâ€™s Master of Law Program (LL.M.) and assists Fellows in securing living and travel expenses for their studies. It also offers the opportunity to apply for a one-year Fellowship placement with Sonkeâ€™s Policy Development and Advocacy unit.
Course Level:Â Master of Law Program (LL.M.)
Eligible Countries:Â African legal professionals
ScholarshipÂ can be taken inÂ South Africa
Eligibility Criteria:Â To be eligible for this program, applicants must;
- have a demonstrated commitment to health, human rights, or gender equality, and work or volunteer experience in this area.
- be Africans
- commit to a public interest career that promotes health, human rights, and gender equality in the African region for at least one year.
- have completed their bachelors degree program
- be fluent in English Language
Method of Application:Â Click Here To Apply
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Scholarship Application Deadline:Â February 1, 2019