LSE MSC HUMAN RIGHTS
Scholarship for Palestinian and Israeli students
The Sir Siegmund Warburg Scholarship offers residents of Israel, Palestine/Occupied Territories or Palestinian camps in Syria, Jordan or Lebanon the opportunity to undertake full-time postgraduate human rights study at LSE. This year the scholarship had a value to £30,000, which covers fees and significantly contributes to living expenses. As scholarship applications can only be accepted by those who have already been offered a place on the MSc Human Rights, candidates are strongly advised to submit their application to the MSc Human Rights as early as possible. We are currently accepting applications to the programme for entry in October 2017.
Heidi Elfriede El-Megrisi
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Centre for the Study of Human Rights
London WC2A 2AE
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