The Call covers tuition for the following programs of the European Law and Governance School:
1. LLM in EU Law: a one-year taught degree program that offers students an in-depth look at key issues of European Union law. Prospective students with a first degree in law or a relevant degree in the field of the social sciences may apply.
2. MA in Governance: a one-year taught degree program that offers students an in-depth look at key issues of Governance, and enables students to choose from a variety of elective courses addressing the most pressing themes being discussed throughout Europe. Prospective students with a first degree in law or a relevant degree in the field of the social sciences may apply.
3. MSt (research degree): a 1-year degree program which enables students to conduct independent research in the fields of Legal Research, Governance Studies, or on an interdisciplinary topic. Successful applicants will be assigned a supervisor, based upon their academic interests, from the renown International Faculty Network of the ELGS. Full time residency is not a requirement for this degree, but students will be required to attend several training sessions throughout the program which will be held at the EPLO premises in Greece.
Prospective students should apply by July 31, 2017 through the website of the ELGS at www.elgs.eu.
The selection process will be conducted jointly with the Italian MFA. Detailed information about the scholarships, programs and how to apply can be found at www.elgs.eu and here.