Columbia Law School, the law school of Columbia University application for Human Rights LL.M. Fellowship for individuals with extraordinary potential in the field of international human rights is open.
Columbia Law School’s Human Rights LL.M. Fellowship supports individuals with extraordinary potential in—and commitment to—the field of international human rights to become innovators and leaders in human rights practice and/or academia with the help of the Human Rights LL.M. Fellowship.
- Host Country: USA
- Study Abroad: Study in USA
- Category: Postgraduate Scholarship/ Master Scholarship/ Followership
- Eligible Countries: All Countries
- Reward: Full Scholarship | Partial Scholarship
- Deadline: December 18, 2022
The Human Rights LL.M. Fellowship is jointly managed by Columbia Law School’s Human Rights Institute (the focal point of human rights work, education, critical reflection, and scholarship at the Law School) and the Office of Graduate Degree Programs (which manages the Law School’s LL.M., Executive LL.M., and J.S.D. Programs). Fellowships offer partial to full waivers of tuition.
The Columbia Law School Fellowship is designed to support students pursuing an LL.M. degree at Columbia who show exceptional commitment and potential to use their education to become innovators and leaders in human rights practice.
Candidates from Africa, Asia, and Latin America, as well as candidates who face impediments in pursuing their education or leadership roles because of race, ethnicity, religion, socioeconomic background, gender, sexual orientation, or any other reason, are strongly encouraged to apply.
To be considered for the Scholarship, you must:
- First be admitted to the LL.M. Program at Columbia Law School
- Demonstrate experience in international human rights work and a commitment to a career in academia and/or human rights practice.