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Tuition fees and waivers (scholarships) of Erasmus school of Law

Grants Programmes 12 October 2011, 00:00

Erasmus School of Law offers a (partial) tuition waiver only international applicants which possess over highly qualified legal skills.

Erasmus School of Law enjoys top global reputation for teaching (Erasmus School of Law scores high on "academic staff" in the International Student Barometer) and research (6th place in SSRN ranking Top International Law Schools) and attracts talented students representing over 45 nationalities.

Situated in vibrant and cosmopolitan Rotterdam, the Netherlands' second largest city and home to Europe's largest port, the Erasmus School of Law provides students with ample opportunities to go 'on-site' to see how things work in practice. This is the perfect way to boost your career.

Programmes of Erasmus School of Law

Erasmus School of Law offers 4 Master programmes in Law. Download the brochure, which contains specific information about the Master programmes: Commercial Law, International and European Public Law, European Master in Law and Economics and International and European Public Law.

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Tuition fees for 2012-2013  

Commercial Law

International and European Public Law

Business, Corporate and Maritime Law

European Master in Law and Economics

EU/EEA*

€ 1713*

€ 1713*

€ 11.950

€ 5.500

non EU/EEA

€ 10.950

€ 10.950

€ 12.950

€ 9.500

Erasmus School of Law offers a (partial) tuition waiver

Erasmus School of Law offers a (partial) tuition waiver only international applicants which possess over highly qualified legal skills. The candidates for a (partial) tuition waiver should prove their excellent academic legal skills providing their diplomas to the LL.M. Office.

A waiver request should consist of a motivation letter, including a description of financial position and an indication of the maximum total amount that the candidate  and/or a private sponsor are able to contribute, along with a bank statement in either Euro or USD. Only complete waiver applications will be reviewed. Deadline for 2012-2013 is 1 May 2011.

Only non EU-EEA students can apply for a partial tuition waiver as the university is bound by national law to charge the legal tuition fee of EUR 1713 to all students for Commercial Law and International and European Public Law programmes.

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